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Electrical safety is a top concern for all types of workplaces. From offices to construction sites, electrical problems are a major risk to people and equipment. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) created the Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA 70E) document to clearly cover how to keep workers safe around electricity. T/C Risk Management has NFPA 70E electrical safety training courses to protect your employees from the dangers of electricity.
Employers must document NFPA 70E training for qualified and unqualified employees. Training must be taken again once every three years when new the new standard is released. The next is in 2018, so everyone will need training within the next year. Schedule an electrical safety class with T/C Risk Management now so you can stay ahead.
The original NFPA 70E was commissioned in the 1970s by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The NFPA updates the standards every 3 years based on new safety findings and best practice research.
The main goal of the NFPA 70E is to prevent electrocution from:
The course also covers required personal protective equipment (PPE), warning labels, lockout/tag out procedures, and more. When you arrange NFPA 70E training with T/C Risk, we also incorporate your company’s specific safety policy into the course.
T/C Risk Management has a mobile training unit to bring the latest electrical safety training right to your workplace. You can combine your NFPA 70E course with fall protection, confined space, or first aid training. Or schedule a class if you are located in southeast Wisconsin. We have a Franklin classroom where we will cover everything your employees need to know for electrical certification and continuing education.