If live electrical work is performed, employees must be trained in release mechanisms and have annual First Aid/CPR training under NFPA 70E.
Many companies have had difficulty understanding, implementing, and maintaining compliance with NFPA 70E. We provide engaging, hands-on arc flash safety training in accordance with the requirements of applicable OSHA regulations and NFPA 70E changes introduced in 2015.
Bill Stoddard is our arc flash training expert who brings a wealth of knowledge to the sessions. He demonstrates circuits as an example of the props used to keep session attendees engaged. Great Lakes can also:
- Perform an arc flash hazard analysis.
- Implement comprehensive electrical safety compliance programs (Most facilities will have some requirement for NFPA 70E – a study is the best way to know the specifics in order to include the latest revisions).
- Update electrical drawings used for planning work (One line diagrams require a review/update when new equipment comes in or when equipment is removed. They also require a review/update every 5 years).
We help ensure our clients’ existing programs are up to date with 2015 requirements – Protecting employees while complying with NFPA 70E.