Category: Training
by , on August 29, 2018
arc flash certification
Sorry, you can’t. There is no such thing as arc flash certification. We sometimes get questions from  electrical contractors who have been told that their company must be arc-flash certified. I have to explain to the contractors that there is really no such thing as “certification” for a company in arc flash. Yet the companies...
by , on June 20, 2018
Danger High Voltage sign on chain-link fence at substation
First Things First: What is High Voltage? When we examine industrial on-site electrical distribution systems, we immediately notice that a large majority of these sites distribute power throughout the facility with voltage levels exceeding 600 volts. This puts the site directly in line with OSHA 1910.269, which defines any voltages above 600 Volts as High...
by , on May 31, 2018
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Safety incident causes production problems for auto customer Many years ago, a large auto manufacturing client had 3000 workers sidelined by a parts supplier. The lean manufacturing model they had employed had a hole they didn’t know they needed to fill: electrical safety. The small parts supplier had an arc flash fatality, and OSHA shut...
by , on May 16, 2018
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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...
by , on May 8, 2018
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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...