NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training
NFPA 70E 2012 Standard for Electrical Safety In the Workplace
Arc Flash Training
Safety is an integral part of the electrical construction business and, as such, is an important shared responsibility between employers and employees. Implementing safety related work practices is not optional. It is a requirement.
A trained and qualified work force is responsible for recognizing and avoiding workplace hazards. It is an essential part of establishing and maintaining a safe work environment. Qualified people must understand how to recognize and avoid electrical hazards by working on equipment and conductors only in the de-energized state.
Employers are responsible for providing safety-related work practices and policies and training employees to effectively implement these practices on job sites. Employees are responsible for learning the safety-related work practices and policies of the employer and for implementation of such policies in the daily operations on the job.
IEC provides arc flash safety training that can be customized to your industry.
Contact IEC to schedule training or to learn more about custom safety classes at 513 542-0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org