Electrical Safety in the Workplace Seminar
Electrical Safety in the Workplace Seminar:
This six (6) hour seminar provides an awareness of the fundamental knowledge required to work safely on or around electrical power systems. This awareness seminar addresses all of the major areas of electrical safety-related work practices that affect worker safety on the job. This seminar includes addressing OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and 1926 Subpart K, the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70), and the 2021 edition of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. During this interactive seminar the participants will be able to discuss their daily task assignments and safety concerns. Case studies are included in the presentation.
The content of this seminar is focused on work tasks performed by electricians, HVAC mechanics, and other personnel who are exposed to electrical hazards in the performance of their assigned job tasks. Additionally, this seminar is beneficial to project managers, maintenance supervisors, and other maintenance personnel.
Electrical Safety in the Workplace and Demonstrated Skills Seminar:
This one (1) day seminar provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to be a qualified person for specific electrical tasks. This seminar includes identifying electrical hazards, OSHA regulations, NFPA 70E, live work policy, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment. Case studies are included to exemplify the potential consequences when exposed to electrical hazards.
Additionally, this seminar includes an interactive workshop to provide the basis for demonstrated skills and knowledge in the selection and use of electrical personal protective equipment, voltage testing techniques, and lockout/tagout procedures for electrical systems.
The seminar materials include resources to provide assistance and guidance for a company to determine whether its worker is qualified to perform their assigned tasks.