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NFPA 70E Training Courses

Low Voltage Qualified

Our low voltage qualified courses are based on NFPA 70E and help you to meet OSHA regulations and requirements. This 8-hour NFPA 70E based course focuses on electrical safety training for employees who work on 50-600V, while our high voltage qualified course focuses on those who work over 600V.

Our NFPA 70E courses go beyond the theoretical to give attendees a complete understanding of the rules and regulations relating to electrical and arc flash safety and how to apply them in real-world situations.

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Scheduled Classes

e-Hazard offers classes across the country, taught by experienced instructors. If you see a class you’re interested in, sign up right away; they tend to fill up quickly.

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Let Us Come to You

Allow us to come to your facility and teach your workers the latest NFPA 70E standards and procedures in electrical safety. We also work around multiple shifts if needed.

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Stay NFPA 70E & OSHA Compliant With Our Expert-Led Courses

e-Hazard training is as flexible as possible to educate employees on electrical risks and the safety measures required by the NFPA 70E and OSHA. Key characteristics of our training services include:

Nationwide or at Your Facility

e-Hazard’s primary courses are offered to the public, on a regular basis, at locations across the U.S. and Canada.

Our instructors can teach at your facility, and adjust to your workers’ scheduling needs. This becomes a cost-effective solution if you have more than 10 employees who need to be trained.

Customizable Training Options

We can adapt our standard training to your particular needs. This can be accomplished with our training tailored by the instructor’s emphasis, or we can customize our training materials to include your specific written Electrical Safety Program and policies.

Video Courses

e-Hazard has also produced our primary courses on video. These are ideal as a refresher or for isolated employees who cannot attend a class in person. Additional courses are also available to serve specific audiences.