ELECTRICAL SAFETY LOW VOLTAGE QUALIFIED PERSON
OSHA Reference: 29 CFR 1910.332; NFPA 70E Standard
Training Delivery Options:
- Private Instructor-Led Virtual Training (learn more)
- Open-Registration Instructor-Led Virtual Training (learn more)
- In-Person Training at your Location (We adhere to all COVID-19 guidelines)
Seven (7) Contact Hours Earned
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Virtual Training Hardware Requirements
You must use a web-enabled device with webcam, speakers, and an internet connection. For best learning experience, we encourage the use of a desktop/laptop computer.
Microphones are optional but recommended. There is a chat menu for those without microphones.
We do not recommend using a smartphone, however have yours handy. It will be used as a training aid.
Webcams are also recommended. You can temporarily disable your webcam at any time (breaks, short exits, etc).
For your own privacy, you have the option to add a webcam virtual background image.
All workers who install, maintain or just work near energized electrical parts require Qualified Electrical Worker Certification Training.
This course meets OSHA training requirements under 29 CFR 1910.332 for safety-related work practices. This course also covers the latest changes to the NFPA 70E Standard (2021 Edition).
NFPA 70E Standard Significant Changes:
Revised Definitions; Reorganization of Article 110; Moving Priority from Article 105 to 110.1 to emphasize the importance; Addition of informational note regarding online training; New note regarding multi-employer work sites – more than one employer can be responsible; New section about Electrically Safe Work Policy; New Sub Section about Equipment Use; Clarification regarding “Block or relive stored non-electrical energy devices”; New task added to Table 130.5(C) “operating a circuit breaker or switch for the first time under all conditions is listed as “Yes” regarding likelihood of an arc flash incident; New informational note was added regarding the arc rating of outer layers used for safety or protection from the elements; New examples of risk reduction methods when testing absence of voltage with an incident energy greater than arc rating of commercially available arc rated PPE; New Article 360 regarding capacitor safety was added...and much more!
Electrical Safety Related Work Practices; Recognizing Electrical Hazards; How OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements affect your facility and personnel; Reducing Electrical Hazards; Protection from Arc Flash and Arc Blasts; Choosing the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Approach Boundaries; Flash Boundaries; Limits of Approach; Hazard/Risk Category Classifications; Arc Flash Analysis; Control of Hazardous Energy; Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedures; Energized Work Permits; Voltage Detection & Meter Safety; Emergency Procedures; Job Briefing; Voltage Rated Tools; Qualified and Unqualified Persons; Safety-Related Maintenance Requirements; Minimizing Arc Flash Hazards; and Significant changes to the new NFPA 70E.
Upon completion of this course, students receive a Certificate of Completion and E-Student Card via our online training management system.
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