NFPA 70E – Electrical/Arc Flash


Next Class – June 28th

Future Dates: TBD

SIGN UP:  Call or text Steve Turner at 510-364-6010


If you work on or near energized electrical systems, have a safety role at these sites or are an emergency responder, this course is for you. The new electrical safety standards (NFPA 70E) are the next step to a safer electrical environment in the workplace.

Anyone who deals with hazards such as electrocutions, fires and explosions should attend. Learn how to prevent serious     disabling injuries, damage to equipment and work sites and     most importantly, save lives.


NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

On-Site Course for Decision Makers and their crews


Electrical Safety Training is a requirement for being a “Qualified Person” and NFPA 70E is the benchmark of electrical safety.  This full day interactive workshop is designed to meet the needs of those working in the Electrical Industry.

8-hour workshop content:

  • Electrical Safety Culture
  • How NFPA 70E with OSHA and your Company’s Policies
  • Who is Responsible?
  • Qualified Person
  • What are the Hazards?
  • When and How to Establish and Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • The “Energized Electrical Work Permit” as a blueprint for safety
  • Shock and Flash Protection Boundaries Simplified
  • Incident energy assessment explained
  • Selection of Tools and PPE
  • Safer Electrical Systems
  • NFPA 70 / 70E / 70B
  • Questions and Answers
Support at all levels is required to implement an effective electrical safety program, therefore this course is recommended for management/supervision, as well as those doing electrical work.
Joe B.Your instructor is Joe Buhowsky
Our instructor is 40 year master electrician Joe Buhowsky who teaches for the IBEW and other well-known contractors. (read Joe’s bio.)


Thanks for sending Joe out here to train us.  The training was great.  I learned a lot and some of our very experienced Electricians also felt that the training was very valuable. Michael B. – Helix

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