We give you the best electrical safety training in the industry by creating electrical safety courses that give you a "best-practice" approach to safe work practices.
Our low voltage safety classes emphasize OSHA and NFPA 70E electrical safety regulations and guidelines. Attendees will gain a thorough knowledge of the dangers of working with or near electrical safety hazards and proven strategies for working safely.
Our high voltage safety courses offer expert training for those who work with or manage employees in a high voltage environment (above 600V). These courses cover the regulations and guidelines for high voltage work through real-world expert instruction.
This class is designed specifically for the needs of utility workers. Dangers associated with arc flash will be highlighted and best practices for electrical safety training, in accordance with NESC and OSHA 1910.269 electrical safety standards, will be reviewed.
e-Hazard's award-winning Train the Trainer program is specially designed to prepare qualified trainers to deliver instruction to others based on safety requirements from NFPA 70E, OSHA, and/or NESC.
This class was the best High Voltage class that I have been to in 25 years of electrical work!
Border States Electric Supply in Phoenix, Arizona had been associated with e-Hazard for a number of years. We have hosted their NFPA-70E class at least twice a year at our facility over the last five years. The class brings in some of our existing customers but many new customers from various markets. The e-Hazard staff and trainers are very professional and we have received great responses from those attending. The material presented by e-Hazard is very pertinent to today's requirements and our customer's needs. I would definitely recommend the e-Hazard class to electrical contractors as well as facility maintenance personnel.
I think it [Train the Trainer class] was the smoothest and best run operation of its kind I have participated in over, at least, the last 15 years. I cannot recall a better experience.