NFPA 70E - Establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition
Compliance Made Easy
NFPA 70E is the industry standard in complying with OSHA’s requirements for electrical safety. Did you know that establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition takes more than just slapping a lock on a disconnect?
Give your employees the training they need to work safely with electricity.
Following NFPA 70E guidelines insures that you are in compliance with multiple OSHA standards related to working safely with and around electricity.
- What is the Electrically Safe Work Condition?
- What is Arc Flash?
- Arc Flash rating and PPE selection
- Approach boundaries
- LOTO for the Electrically Safe Work Condition
- 2021 updates and changes to the NFPA 70E
- OSHA and NFPA 70E standards and regulations
- Identification of electrical hazards
- Requirements to establish compliance
- Dangers and risks of poor electrical work practices
- Definition of “qualified person”
- Science of and damage caused by arc flash incidents
- How to read Arc Flash labels, charts and illustrations
- Safe work practices and “hot work” rules
- Energy isolation and establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition
- Arc Flash Protection
- Electrical Safety Program and Work Permits