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This annual conference encompasses the topics of risk management, ergonomics, industrial hygiene, product safety, environmental management, Workers’ Compensation, standards and organizational management, and also more traditional aspects of safety management[...]

e-Hazard Learning Center aims to be 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[...]

If you’re wondering if you need to attend a Train the Trainer (TTT) Refresher class, keep reading!

First things first: if you’re not sure what is involved with  e-Hazard’s Train the Trainer program, please read this article [...]

Hot weather and arc rated PPE getting you down at work? You must continue wearing your shock and arc flash PPE – can’t shed PPE just because it’s hot outside! Clothing ignition kills about 50% of the time. Keep these tips in mind: Dress for the arc flash hazard. Too much PPE can be detrimental[...]

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What is the practice for the use of arc detection relay trip time in the arc incident energy calculations? NFPA-70E recognized arc detection relay but kept under "Other Methods" as opposed to "Incident Energy Reduction Method". Does this mean the arc flash relay tripping time should not be used for the arc incident energy calculations?

We have three phase non-segregated bus fault and it melted the bus. I am little bit confused about what the meaning of an arc flash fault is. When we do an arc flash analysis and a cubical door is opened, someone changes the state of the protective device. But if the door is closed and nobody is changing the state of the protection device and fault happens, can we say this is arc flash event?
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Upcoming Classes
Based on NFPA 70E 2018
Our 8-hour low voltage qualified course focuses on electrical safety training for employees who work on 600V and less.

This low voltage qualified course goes beyond the theoretical to give attendees a complete understanding of the rules, regulations, and standards of electrical and arc flash safety and how to apply them in real-world situations.
June
Louisville, KY
Bakersfield, CA
Denver, CO
Peachtree Corners - Atlanta, GA
Maple Valley, WA
July
Louisville, KY
Houston, TX
Bismarck, ND
Based on NFPA 70E 2018 & OSHA
Working on or around 1 to 69kV industrial high voltage distribution systems requires qualification.

In this training, attendees learn what it means to be HV qualified and which electrical tasks can only be performed by a qualified person.
June
Louisville, KY
Bakersfield, CA
Denver, CO
Peachtree Corners - Atlanta, GA
Maple Valley, WA
July
Louisville, KY
Houston, TX
Bismarck, ND
Focused on Meeting OSHA 1910.269 Standards

This class is designed specifically for the needs of utility workers working with – or near – low or high voltage lines or equipment, or for those managing individuals in these environments. 
Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
40 Hour NEC Training Class
If your organization needs an industrial-based NEC course that includes practical application and calculations on a variety of industrial examples, this is the course for you.

e-Hazard's 4 0-hour 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) course is focused on industrial and commercial electrical installations. This is unique--most NEC courses focus on residential applications for licensing, ignoring the complexities of industrial NEC.
Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
We prepare and license qualified trainers to use e-Hazard's award-winning training curriculum and materials.  
  • Learn in our expert-led classes
  • Practice instructing, by preparing and delivering a training segment
  • Receive coaching from our trainers, peer reviews, and video feedback
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Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
Focused on Meeting OSHA 1910.269 Standards
Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
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