Arc Flash Safety

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Arc Flash Safety
$249.00

This course introduces the dangers of arc flash and presents common methods for preventing and protecting against those dangers. Based on NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and Industry best practices


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Arc Flash Safety Training

Time: 32 minutes (20 minute run time, 12 minute test time)

An arc flash is a type of electrical explosion. It’s a serious hazard when working on or near energized electrical equipment. OSHA requires that all employees understand the electrical hazards to which they are exposed.

This course introduces the dangers of arc flash and presents common methods for preventing and protecting against those dangers. It’s based primarily on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E® “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace,” which is the recognized industry resource in the United States for best electrical work practices.

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Each Convergence Training DVD includes a link to download and print quizzes designed to maximize the effectiveness of the course. Other helpful documents available via the download link include course leader guides, answer keys, and completion certificates. 

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Learning Objectives

  • Define arc flash
  • List the dangers of an arc flash
  • Identify common causes of an arc flash and ways to reduce the risks
  • Describe the basis for determining an arc flash boundary
  • List NFPA arc flash personal protective equipment (PPE) categories
  • Describe arc flash PPE guidelines
  • List requirements for arc flash warning signs and labels
  • List common de-energizing procedures
Specs

Time: 32 minutes (20 minute run time, 12 minute test time)

 

 Based on: NFPA 70E® “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace” Industry best practices

 

Languages: Available in English & Spanish