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NFPA 70E Training | Onsite Seminars | Online Modules

Did you know?

  • OSHA considers electrocutions and electrical hazards as one of the "Fatal Four" violations found in the workplace.
  • Electrical hazard issues are the 9th most cited violation by federal OSHA inspectors.

This means that failure to meet electrical requirements can be dangerous to workers, and can leave employers open to costly OSHA fines.

What about training?

  • Anyone working on or around energized electrical equipment must be trained on safe work practices
  • Minimize the risk of injury and help avoid costly fines with our high-quality, professional onsite NFPA 70E training
  • Our onsite training program has taught over 10,000 people on 3 continents about the dangers of arc flash and other electrical hazards

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Onsite Training

Our highly-qualified instructors have over 44 years of industry experience and have taught over 10,000 people about the dangers of arc flash and other electrical hazards. See below for our upcoming trainings.

Upcoming Trainings

  • May 9, 2017 - Denver, CO - NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • May 10, 2017 - Denver CO - NFPA 70E Safety-Related Maintenance
  • May 18, 2017 - Ladson, SC - NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • May 19, 2017 - Ladson, SC - NFPA 70E Safety-Related Maintenance

CEUs are offered in most states upon completion of the course.

Online Training

TEGG helps protect commercial and industrial facilities from business interruptions and property damage through the implementation of comprehensive electrical preventive maintenance functions

Online Course Includes...

  • What is an arc flash?
  • Safety-related work practices
  • Utilizing test equipment
  • Electrical components
  • Selecting the proper PPE
  • Approach boundaries
  • Live Video Webinar with Mike Wright of 70E Solutions
  • Live Chat, Video Feed, and Interactive PowerPoint
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