Ryan Fectau takes a look at the new human performance factor and changing our view from being reactive to preventative when dealing with electrical safety.
This training meets the NFPA 70E requirement for training, which at a minimum is required once every 3 years and covers the following:
- Real life examples of arc flash accidents and the ramifications (physically, emotionally, and financially).
- Requirements of personnel to be deemed qualified (who is qualified to work on energized electrical equipment and who is not).
- Shock protection PPE.
- Shock hazard boundaries and boundary requirements.
- How to put the equipment in an electrically safe work condition (The steps that are required)
- Situations when energized work is allowed and when it is not allowed.
- Professional videos demonstrating practical application of the topics discussed.
- Arc Flash Risk Assessment
- Understanding the Arc Flash Risk Assessment Labels.
- How to select the proper PPE.
- Understanding the Incident Energy and the Arc Flash Boundary.
- Proper maintenance and laundering of PPE