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Module 1: An Introduction to NFPA 70E (2009)
Module 1: An Introduction to NFPA 70E (2009)

This self-paced online course is the first in a series of five modules that introduces many safety-related work practices and procedures in NFPA 70E. Module 1 discusses the purpose and scope of the standard, which is designed to minimize the risk of employee injuries from electrical dangers and establish a safer workplace for employees who work on or near exposed live parts. It provides an overview of elements of an electrical training program as well as the types of equipment used in establishing an overall electrical safety program.



Students will learn to:



  • Understand and describe electric shock, arc flash, arc blast; personal protective equipment (PPE); approach boundaries; flash protection boundary; and working "on"? or "near"? live parts

  • Explain training requirements for single-employer sites and multi-employer sites, and for qualified and unqualified persons

  • Describe the elements of an electrical safety program, including program principles, controls and procedures; hazard/risk evaluation; and job briefing

  • Describe the proper use of test instruments and equipment, portable electric equipment, and overcurrent protection

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0.10 CEUCertificate$ 49
Detailed Description

This self-paced online course is the first in a series of five modules that covers safety-related work practices and procedures in NFPA 70E.

Module 2: Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition (2009)
Module 2: Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition (2009)

This self-paced online course covers the elements of an "electrically safe work condition," the principles of lockout/tagout, energy control procedures and protective grounding.



Students will learn to:



  • List the elements of the procedure for establishing an electrically safe work condition

  • Explain the principles of lockout/tagout execution

  • Outline the elements of control necessary to establish an electrically safe work condition

  • Identify equipment requirements for lockout/tagout and protective grounding


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0.10 CEUCertificate$ 49
Detailed Description

This self-paced online course covers the principles of lockout/tagout, energy control procedures and protective grounding from NFPA 70E.

Module 3: Energized Electrical Work Permits (2009)
Module 3: Energized Electrical Work Permits (2009)

This self-paced online course covers the sections of the NFPA 70E standard that provide workers with safety guidelines for times when de-energizing is not possible or when it could create increased or additional hazards. The requirements for energized electrical work permits were a new addition to the 2004 edition of NFPA 70E and were reorganized and clarified in 2009. This course will focus on exploring the different elements of these permits and why each is important.



Students will learn to:



  • Formulate the justification for working on energized circuits

  • Define the approach boundaries surrounding energized circuits

  • Identify the flash hazard analysis procedure and the flash protection boundary

  • List the methods of limiting exposure to unsafe work conditions by unqualified persons

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0.10 CEUCertificate$ 49
Detailed Description

This self-paced online course covers working with energized circuits as presented in NFPA 70E.