Electrical Safety Training Course

NFPA 70E® – Electrical Safety Training Course

Electrical Safety Training Course

In today’s industrial environment, knowing how to work safely with electrical equipment is a crucial part of maintaining a safe workspace and preventing on-the-job accidents.

This NFPA 70E® training course is a comprehensive overview of standards for electrical safety in the workplace. The program is designed to fit annual retraining on NFPA 70E® standards and fulfill requirements for OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart S Electrical while reducing liability for employers and establishing safe work practices among employees.

Course Details

Our two-day in-person training for electrical safety will be held at our facility in Modesto, CA. The registration fee is $1095 per person. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course to confirm they have successfully worked through the required materials.

Course attendees who need continuing education units (CEUs) for the course should contact their state or local licensing agency. This agency will determine if our two-day program is accepted for continuing education recognition and will distribute your CEUs accordingly.

Course Curriculum

The NFPA 70E® training is an interactive course taught by industry veterans at IEC. The curriculum includes information about the most recent updates to the NFPA 70E® Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and other industry standards for best practices concerning electrical safety.

On day one, the course will begin with a brief overview of electrical safety history and what attendees can expect to learn in each course module. The program includes several modules spread over two days focusing on electrical hazards, safe work practices, personal protective equipment (PPE), equipment operations and emergency response plans. The curriculum will also cover:

  • How to identify electrical job hazards
  • How to assess and eliminate hazards
  • Methods for mitigating workplace electrical hazards
  • How to use best industry practices to comply with requirements
  • How to implement a safe approach for performing electrical work

Attendees will learn through hands-on instructor demonstrations, using real-world scenarios and annotated explanations to practice implementing these standards. 

Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone who handles electrical equipment on their worksite should enroll in this workplace electrical safety training, including:

  • Electricians
  • Maintenance electricians
  • Linemen and utility workers
  • Owners and managers
  • Safety directors.
  • Electrical contractors

What Outcomes Can You Expect?

At the end of the NFPA 70E® electrical safety training course, you should be able to:

  • Know and apply OSHA rule 1910.331-335 training requirements and NFPA 70E® standards
  • Understand the new risk assessment approach to electrical safety
  • Perform safe electrical work practices and know about arc flash boundaries and hazards
  • Describe the proper use of the testing instruments making contact with energized parts
  • Understand the effects of maintenance on equipment and how to reduce injury

Each attendee will be individually verified to ensure they understand the content of the course and the safety skills they’ll need in the field.

Electrical Safety Training Course

Contact IEC Today to Register

With more than 85 years of experience and expertise with electric motors and other equipment, IEC knows how crucial workplace electrical safety training is for protecting your staff and the equipment they’re working with. Enroll in our two-day in-person NFPA 70E® safety training program this March to gain a comprehensive understanding of industry safety standards and best practices. Find out more and reserve your spot in this important training program by getting in touch with IEC today.

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