Safe Electrical Work Practices And The 2024 NFPA 70E For Electrical Workers


Electrical workers frequently interact with a variety of electrical equipment and systems, where they face significant risks including arc flash hazards and potentially fatal injuries due to the sudden release of electrical energy through the air. This course addresses the hazards they may be exposed to and how to protect themselves from them. This course focuses on electrical safety through the lens of the 2024 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E standards for electrical safety compliance. The course defines an electric shock hazard, and an arc flash hazard then details the injuries and damage they can cause and the factors that contribute to the severity of those injuries and damage. Spotlighting the NFPA 70E standard for an electrical worker being qualified, this comprehensive course guides workers toward a full understanding of how to create and verify an electrically safe work condition. Present this course to ensure electrical workers understand the two main hazards of electricity, the damage and injuries they can cause, and how to prevent them from occurring.


Electrical workers who are qualified for the electrical work they perform

Manufacturing Plant

Introduction|Two Hazards Of Electricity|Qualified Person|Approach Boundaries|Arc Flash Boundary And PPE|Hazard Elimination / Electrically Safe Work Condition|Job Safety Plan And Job Briefing|Energized Work|Shock Risk Assessment / Approach Boundaries|Arc Flash Risk Assessment / Arc Flash Boundary / Arc Flash PPE|Table Method: Arc Flash Boundary And PPE Categories|Equipment Labels|Conclusion


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Training Time:
28-38 minutes

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Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

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Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
AP Safety Training