OSHA ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR EMPLOYEES

Ensuring your employees have the training they need to work safely around electrical equipment, machinery and circuits isn’t just a smart idea — it’s the law! To meet OSHA guidelines, you must provide your qualified and unqualified electrical workers with the right training. Technical Skills Development Services offers convenient corporate training at your facility that meets OSHA requirements so your company is on the right side of the law.

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GET YOUR EMPLOYEES THE RIGHT TRAINING — CONVENIENTLY

OSHA guidelines mandate that electrical hazard safety training must be conducted on site. Online safety classes will not meet OSHA’s complex requirements. Partner with Technical Skills Development Services for a customized training program based on OSHA requirements and designed specifically for qualified and unqualified workers. In a single day — for a single price — your employees can get the training required to stay current with today’s regulations. We’ll come to your site, bringing with us the materials your employees will need to complete the training. All you need to do is supply the classroom and a surface to use a projector on. The training will be in two sessions, a morning and afternoon. Your qualified workers will attend both sessions for a total of eight hours. Unqualified workers only attend the morning session. Upon completion, they’ll receive a certificate showing they have the required training and proving you met OSHA requirements.

COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING, CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR NEEDS

Let us know your specific Arc Flash/NFPA 70E or custom training requirements, and Technical Skills Development Services will customize our training program to meet your company’s needs. Training includes, but is not limited to:

 

  • Defining and identifying arc flash and shock hazards
  • Insight into determining the intensity of arc flashes
  • Selecting and using the right voltage meter (hands-on demonstrations)
  • Determining the correct arc flash and shock boundaries
  • Understanding and following arc flash labels
  • Understanding and following NFPA 70E tables
  • Identifying and choosing the correct PPE (hands-on demonstrations)

 

To get started today, contact us for a free quote on the comprehensive, customized electrical hazard training programs that meet today’s complex OSHA requirements.

To get started, contact us today with your company’s unique requirements. We’ll provide a free quote and can schedule your training on a day that works best for your team.