by , on September 1, 2017

IEEE has approved e-Hazard as an education provider.

Now e-Hazard is eligible to give IEEE certificates to students, indicating that our courses are sanctioned by this highly reputable professional association (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

These certificates will be available on most e-hazard classes when needed for PDH’s in states accepting IEEE certifications.  The cost to the student is $25 per certificate, the amount that e-Hazard is charged by IEEE.

Many of the states we received certifications for each year also accept IEEE certification, e-Hazard has chosen to work with IEEE to streamline this process and offer this to IEEE members and non-members.

Please note, however, that many state engineering boards will accept direct contact hours from e-Hazard.

That will continue to be available at no additional charge. Check with your certifying body and choose the IEEE certificate if you need one. If you have specific questions about your own eligibility, please contact us.

See our Certificate Center for Info on Receiving IEEE certification on eligible classes.

Click Here for more Information on IEEE Certification for Classes


Hugh Hoagland
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Hugh Hoagland is the foremost tester of clothing and PPE exposed to electrical arcs and is an arc flash expert. Read more about Hugh.

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