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Electrical Safety: Arc Flash Prevention Training Course

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Master arc flash prevention and the implementation of safety measures in line with 2024 NFPA 70E standards.

16 minutes   |   SKU: AT085    |    Language(s): EN / ES / FR    |    Produced 2024




EN / ES / FR




16 minutes

Training Objectives

Identify arc flash hazards and causal factors
Understand the latest 2024 NFPA 70E guidelines and requirements
Conduct the relevant Electric Shock Risk and Arc Flash Risk assessments
Implement approach boundaries and safety measures around live equipment
Select and utilize the appropriate arc-rated PPE and equipment

Course Overview

"Is it safe?" In the world of electrical work, this question is paramount. Working with or around electrical equipment exposes you to potentially lethal hazards, like arc flash incidents. That's why following the National Fire Protection Association's NFPA 70E standard is more than just a regulatory requirement—it's a lifesaver. You may already know the basics of electrical safety, but do you understand the intricacies of arc flash prevention? Whether you're an experienced electrician, a facilities manager, or a safety officer, the knowledge you gain in this course could mean the difference between an uneventful workday and a catastrophic event. 

Arc flash incidents can have devastating outcomes, but they are preventable with the right safety measures. That's where this course comes in. 

We’ll start by exploring the mechanics of arc flash hazards, dissecting the most recent 2024 NFPA 70E guidelines and illustrating the importance of critical preparatory elements like Arc Flash Risk Assessments. From identifying and understanding risk to implementing robust safety measures, this course will prepare you to take the appropriate steps before working on or around live equipment.

We’ll also provide actionable insights into setting approach boundaries and the use of PPE. Learn not just what to do, but why it's crucial to do it—whether it's measuring available incident energy or selecting the right gear and tools for the job.

If you work in an environment where high-voltage electrical equipment is present, this training is a must for anyone committed to a safe work environment—from electricians to utility workers, safety managers, and everyone in between.

This program is available with Spanish and French closed captions.

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