Electrical Safety
Training

Real-world training by people who live it

Forget death by PowerPoint. Our NFPA 70E/OSHA 1920-compliant electrical safety training will keep your team engaged from start to finish with hands-on, mock projects they’re more likely to remember. Our training is delivered by authentic and experienced engineers who’ve worked in the field and know first-hand the day-to-day safety issues your team faces. This four-hour training experience could be the best investment you make in creating a culture of safety and awareness.

Take a look at what our Electrical Safety Training includes

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Epsco’s Electrical Safety Training is available in two formats

Onsite Training

One of our experienced electrical engineers will come to your facility and provide personal, hands-on training for your team. We’ll cover a full agenda of electrical safety topics, plus answer any questions or concerns you have specific to your facility. Participants who complete the course will receive a Certificate of Completion and a wallet card.

Interactive Online Training

This course is perfect for training new employees when turnover occurs. Its interactive format keeps participants engaged with onscreen questions that must be answered before the attendee can advance to the next section. A live instructor is available to answer site-specific questions as they arise.

Epsco’s Electrical Safety Training is rated

9.47 / 10

By participants

Our four-hour training includes

Introduction

  • Course Objectives

Codes and Standard

  • Federal Safety Regulations (OSHA)
  • Enforcement Agencies (NFPA, IEEE)
  • Other Standards and Guidelines

Safe Work Practices

  • Employer Responsibilities
  • Employee Responsibilities
  • Contractor Responsibilities
  • Equipment Working Clearances
  • Preliminary Planning
  • Selection/Use of Safe Work Practices
  • Exposed Energized Equipment
  • Proper Switching Procedures
  • Proper Lockout/Tagout
  • Proper Grounding Techniques
  • Work On or Near Energized Equipment
  • Test Equipment Safety
  • Electrical Interlocks

Electrical Shock

  • Nature of Electric Shock
  • Shock Severity Factors
  • Response to Shock
  • Quantifying the Shock Hazard
  • Mitigating Shock Hazard
  • Relaying and Protective Equipment
  • Shock Victim Rescue

Arc Flash and Arc Blast

  • Fundamentals of Arcing Incidents
  • Quantifying the Hazard
  • Preventing Arc Flash Hazards
  • Difference between Flash & Blast
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Working Distances Definitions
  • Hands on Simulations
  • Hazard Avoidance Techniques
  • NFPA 70E Tables Calculation VS Performing an Arc Flash Analysis

What clients are saying

We hired EPSCO to perform an Arc Flash Analysis on all of our electrical equipment in the plants. They performed their work efficiently and provided us with a very detailed report and drawings. The communication from the entire team throughout the project was above and beyond my expectations and the subsequent training for my employees after the study was extremely beneficial in helping to increase our in-house electrical and safety knowledge. Their understanding of customer service is exceptional. I would highly recommend their services to others in the manufacturing industry.

Ben Bertram 

Plant Manager
Sanimax