This session is to provide an overall understanding of the latest OSHA and NFPA 70E training requirements for the employer to deem a person qualified when work involves electrical hazards. This session is ideal for any company that operates, performs maintenance, installs, and troubleshoots equipment 50 volts or above, or where an Arc Flash hazard exists. Learn about OSHA and NFPA 70E’s requirements for documentable/demonstrable proficiency in safe work practices.
1. Gain the necessary knowledge to understand what training is required of employees working on or near energized parts.
2. Examine the documentation that is necessary for employee's permanent record.
3. Gain the necessary knowledge to understand the requirements to show documentable/demonstrable ability in safe work practices involving electrical hazards.
4. Gain the necessary knowledge to understand the latest changes to electrical safety training and the enforcement of these standards.