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Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training

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Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training
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This online Electrical Safety: Arc Flash Training course uses dramatic video scenarios to teach electricians important electrical safety concepts. This program is designed to raise the awareness of the importance of electrical safety for all electricians. They will learn about the four hazard categories, the Arc Flash Boundary, how to determine Incident Energy Level and select the proper personal protective equipment. Participants will receive certificates of completion that qualify for continuing education units.

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Training Time
31 to 62 minutes

Setup Time
Please allow up to 12 hours for your training to be connected. A training link along with your user ID and password will be sent to you.

The course presents interactive instruction covering the following topical areas:

Personal Responsibility

    Accident causes
    Safe work practice responsibilities

Avoiding Injury

    Flame Resistant clothing (FR)
    Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
    Incident Energy Level
    Arc Flash Protection Boundary
    Hazard Risk Categories
    Hazard Risk Category Zero
    Hazard Risk Category One
    Hazard Risk Category Two
    Hazard Risk Categories Three and Four

Performance Objectives
This course will measure mastery on each of the following performance objectives:

Be committed to your own personal safety.

    List causes of Mark's accident and injuries.
    Agree that following safe work practices is your own responsibility.

Dress safely when working with electricity.

    List unsafe items to wear when working with electricity.
    Agree that flame-resistant clothing is a regulation and requirement for anyone working with electricity.

Conduct an arc flash hazard analysis.

    Explain ways to determine the Incident Energy Level.
    Define the Arc Flash Boundary.
    Differentiate between the four Hazard Categories.
    Select the approved Personal Protective Equipment for each Hazard Category.
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