e-Hazard Learning Center: Electrical & Arc Flash Safety Resources at Your Fingertips

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New at e-Hazard: The Learning Center Online e-Hazard Learning Center aims to be the one of the primary resources on the web for news, updates, and general information on anything concerning electrical safety. We strive to provide the best and most complete answers to your electrical safety questions. As well as providing articles and white […]

Train the Trainer Refresher Class

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If you’re wondering if you need to attend a Train the Trainer (TTT) Refresher class, keep reading! Your Options First things first: if you’re not sure what is involved with e-Hazard’s Train the Trainer program, please read this article. e-Hazard’s TTT Refresher training is specifically for those who have attended our Low Voltage (LV) and […]

e-Hazard Train the Trainer: A Solution For You

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What is the e-Hazard Train The Trainer class about? e-Hazard has two Train the Trainer (TTT) classes to choose from. The TTT Program for Low Voltage (LV) and High Voltage (HV) is a four-day course encompassing potential electrical hazards in the workplace, how to mitigate those hazards, and what it means to be LV and […]

Did Someone Say “Audit”??

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What is your reaction when you hear that your electrical department at your plant is going to be audited? If your stomach immediately churns or the tension in your neck precipitates a headache, you’re not alone. I’m not going to pretend that an audit is not a stressful time for employees and supervisors. Following are some […]

A List of e-Hazard Instructors Speaking at ESW 2016

Several members of the e-Hazard team will be speaking at the 2016 Electrical Safety Workshop in March. Hugh Hoagland will be part of a panel who will speak on Wednesday on “Measuring Arc Blast: Effects of Electrode Type, Current Level, Enclosure Sizes, and Enclosure Cover on Arc Blast in a LV System toward Calculations.”   […]