NFPA 70E (Arc Flash) Electrical Safety
Online Training & Certification
In accordance with Federal OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and 29 CFR 1926 Subpart K
Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure electrical safety in the workplace.
Our online NFPA 70E (Arc Flash) electrical safety training and certification course is designed to empower individuals with a comprehensive understanding of electrical safety and compliance. Explore the intricacies of Arc Flash hazards, gain insights into NFPA 70E regulations, and learn best practices to mitigate risks effectively.
Earn Your Certification Today
Once you complete the course and exam you will receive your NFPA 70E (Arc Flash) certification & wallet card. This document must be provided to your employer and can be easily validated by scanning the QR code linked to your student ID. Additionally, your employer can validate your certification by referencing the ID # listed on the card. If you are seeking employment, include this document on all job applications.
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Video Based Training
Get your NFPA 70E certification by watching high-quality interactive videos on any device (computer, phone, tablet). These training videos can be watched at your convenience and completed at your own pace. After you have completed the videos, you can then take the certification exam. You may take it as many times as you'd like until achieving a passing score to receive your certification.
Our Arc Flash (NFPA 70E) online training course is essential for individuals across various industries who work with or around electrical systems. The course is particularly valuable for:
Electricians: Enhance your understanding of electrical safety practices and regulations to ensure safe working conditions.
Electrical Engineers: Deepen your knowledge of Arc Flash hazards and NFPA 70E standards to design and implement safer electrical systems.
Maintenance Personnel: Acquire the necessary skills to identify and mitigate electrical hazards during maintenance activities, safeguarding both personnel and equipment.
Health and Safety Professionals: Stay updated with the latest regulations and best practices to effectively manage electrical safety in the workplace and ensure compliance.
Employers and Supervisors: Provide your employees with comprehensive electrical safety training, promoting a culture of safety and minimizing the risk of accidents.
Anyone Working with Electrical Systems: Whether you work in construction, manufacturing, utilities, or any other field involving electrical systems, this course will equip you with the knowledge to protect yourself and others from Arc Flash incidents.
By enrolling in our course, you will gain the expertise necessary to identify and mitigate electrical hazards, reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, and contribute to a safer work environment.
Yes! Our Arc Flash (NFPA 70E) online training course is designed to accommodate learners with varying levels of electrical knowledge, including beginners. We provide comprehensive content and explanations to ensure everyone can grasp the concepts effectively.
In our comprehensive Arc Flash (NFPA 70E) online training course, we cover a wide range of learning objectives and topics to ensure a thorough understanding of electrical safety. Here are some key areas we focus on:
Definition and Hazards of Arc Flash: Understand what an arc flash is and the associated hazards, providing crucial knowledge to prevent incidents.
OSHA Regulations and NFPA Standards: Learn about the relationship between OSHA regulations and NFPA standards, ensuring compliance and adherence to industry guidelines.
Electrically Safe Work Condition: Gain insights into the concept of an “electrically safe work condition” as defined by NFPA 70E, promoting safe practices in the workplace.
Control Methods for Arc Flash Hazards: Explore insulation, guarding, grounding, and other control methods for mitigating arc flash hazards and other electrical hazards.
Arc-Rated Clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Understand the characteristics of arc-rated clothing and learn how to select appropriate PPE for electrical work, ensuring optimal safety.
Safe Use and Maintenance of Portable Electric Tools: Discover best practices for the safe use and proper maintenance of portable electric tools, reducing the risk of accidents and injuries.
Category (CAT) Ratings for Test Instruments: Learn about category ratings for test instruments, enabling you to choose the right equipment for accurate and safe measurements.
Electrical Equipment Labeling Specifications: Gain knowledge of the specifications for labeling electrical equipment, ensuring proper identification and awareness of potential hazards.
By covering these learning objectives and topics, our course equips you with the necessary knowledge and skills to promote electrical safety, mitigate risks, and ensure compliance with industry standards.
Most students complete the course in about 1-2 hours.
Our course is self-paced, allowing you to study at your convenience. There are no specific deadlines, giving you the flexibility to manage your learning schedule based on your availability and preferences.
Yes! Upon completing the course, you will have continued access to the course materials, allowing you to revisit and review the content whenever you need it.
Yes, there is a certification exam at the end of the course. The exam assesses your understanding of the course material and validates your knowledge of Arc Flash (NFPA 70E) concepts and best practices.
Students can take the exam unlimited amount of times, but must pass with a score of 70% or better to receive their certification.
Online course materials are accessible through your user account that is generated after payment. If technical difficulties arise, participants can contact customer support via phone, text or email.
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