This course provides an overview of the use and arrangement of the NFPA 70E-2012 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Participants will discuss the significant revisions within the 2012 edition, as well as electrical hazards, guidelines to energized vs. de-energized work and decision making. Topics will also include understanding and applying effective lockout/tag-out procedures, selection and application of appropriate PPE and the supervisor’s responsibility for jobsite safety.
Following this class, participants will be able to:
- Identify concepts and requirements contained in NFPA 70E-2012
- Describe the generally recognized hazard of electrical work
- Discuss the needed personal protective equipment within arc flash and arc blast boundaries
- Discuss potential electrical hazards in the workplace
- Explain the supervisor’s responsibility to jobsite safety
CE Hours: 6 Hours
Instructors: Michael J. Johnston; NECA or James T. Dollard Jr.; Philadelphia Electrical JATC
Note: Due to the materials provided, this course is $425 per person or a flat rate of $5,000 plus $156 per person.
Registration for this course is not available online. Contact the Illinois Chapter to Register, Lisa Bisch 217.585.9500.