In the extreme temperatures of an arc flash blast metal vaporizes. The sound can reach 160 decibels causing permanent severe hearing damage. This program will bring you and your workers up to speed on the 2009 version of the NFPA70E. Get information on arc flash prevention, achieving an electrically safe work condition, qualified and unqualified persons, job planning, and hazard analysis.
Show your employees how to keep themselves safe when working with electricity.
This course fosters awareness of the sources of energy we work with, the dangers of those energies, and the systems in place to prevent potential issues. It also covers the five main causes of preventable injuries and the seven-step lockout/tagout procedure.
Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake
In this program we’ll identify the seven steps to avoid fatal mistakes and the right way to complete each one. These are the lifesaving steps of lockout/tagout, your road map to safety. We will describe safe practices for controlling hazardous energy as well as the different forms of energy and why it’s so crucial to control all forms of power. We will also identify the steps in lockout/tagout and the limitations of using tagout only in your company.
Powered Hand Tools: Safety is in Your Hands
This course will show employees how to protect themselves from powered hand tools as well as basic tool safety precautions. Powered hand tools are useful, but without the proper safety precautions, they can be a dangerous on the job hazard. That is why it is important to remember that with powered hand tools, safety is in your employees’ hands.
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