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Virtual NFPA 70E Training

August 19, 2021 | 8AM – 12PM EDT

Training Curriculum

NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training complies with NFPA 70E (2021 Edition), OSHA 29 CFR 1910.331-335 for safety related work practices and the National Electric Code (NEC). This training combines lecture, live demonstration and video presentations that apply to all required elements of the OSHA’s Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices (Subpart S) for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

OSHA Regulations & Other Electrical Standards

  • 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S
  • NPFA 70E 2021 Edition Review

Electrical and Worker Safety

  • Understanding What an Arc Flash Is
  • Characteristics of an Arc Flash
  • What is an Arc Flash Hazard?
  • Unsafe Conditions vs. Unsafe Acts
  • Effects of Electrical Shock/Arc Flash
  • How Does This Affect You in the Workplace
  • Contact Release – Release from Potential Electrocution

Energized Equipment

  • Qualified Person as Defined by OSHA and NPFA 70E
  • Lockout/Tagout Process (29 CFR 1920.147)
  • OSHA/NFPA 70E Live Work Requirements
  • Voltage Sensors and Meters
  • Determining Zero State of Energy
  • Working on Energized Equipment
  • Grounds and Grounding

Safe Work Practices 

  • Safe Approach Boundaries
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Safe Switching Practices
  • Conductive Apparel and Insulated Tools
  • How to Protect Yourself from Potential Electrical Energy
  • Confined or Enclosed Workspaces
  • Caution vs. Warning vs. Danger

Equipment

  • Test Instruments and Equipment
  • How to Read Arc Flash Labels
  • How to Minimize the Risk of Exposure
  • Working on or Near Switchgear, MCC, Transformers and VFD

 

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Reserve your seat today! After registering, you will be directed to make payment for course tuition through PayPal. All major credit cards are accepted by PayPal.

Who should attend the PGE Power Systems Seminars?

  • Electric Power Utility Engineers
  • Relay Technicians
  • Test Engineers
  • University Power System Educators
  • Protection & Control Engineers
  • Engineers Seeking CEHs & Graduate Students

What are the benefits of attending?

  • Learn from subject matter experts
  • Small class sizes of up to 50 attendees allows for dynamic classroom discussion
  • Network with other industry professionals
  • Discounted guest room rates at host hotels
  • Course registration fees include electronic curriculum, breakfast, snacks, andevening social activities
  • Earn CEH credits to maintain your PE license or earn CTDs for NETA Certification.

CEH Credits

The Power Systems Seminars have been approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers for continuing education hours. Power Systems 101, 102, and 103 have been approved for 32 continuing education hours; Power Systems 104 has been approved for 24. For attendees seeking PE credits for other states, please check your state’s CEH regulations.

NETA CTDs

The Power Systems 101, 102, and 103 courses are eligible for 32 NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs) and Power Systems 104 is eligible for 24 NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs). NETA Certified Technicians (Level III and Level IV) are required to earn a minimum of 48 CTDs every three years to maintain their certification. For more information about the CTD program and requirements, please contact the NETA office at neta@netaworld.org or 888-300-6382.

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