by , on August 7, 2017

Electrical safety training is an OSHA and an NFPA 70E® requirement.

In the case of high voltage work, some training is required annually if the skills are not used regularly.

Training has to be documented, but a critical step that is often left off of training is opportunity for interaction with a subject matter expert (SME). OSHA criticized most online and DVD training because this critical part (SME interaction) is most often missing.  IF a worker can’t ask questions of an SME, training may not have occurred. Training must be documented and be effective in driving understanding and behavior to meet the OSHA requirements.

So how does your Electrical Safety Training fit into the electrical safety cycle?

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

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