Provided by: e-Hazard Management

High Voltage Qualified Training Class

Electrical Health and Safety

e-Hazard Management
This one-day course is designed for those who work with or manage employees in a high voltage environment (above 600V). Participants will learn the qualification requirements to be HV qualified in accordance with OSHA 1910. 268, NESC 2012 and NFPA 70E regulations and guidelines. In addition to High Voltage Safety practices, attendees will discuss the various tasks performed in a HV environment.
Related Awards, Degrees or Certifications: NETA KY, MT, NC, NJ, NM, TX and WA
Related Jobs or Careers: Safety Engineers Supervisors Electricians Electrical Engineers
This is primarily ilt training
Course Level:basic
Duration:8 hours
Training Presented in:English
Certificate Program Provided by e-Hazard Management

High Voltage Qualified Training Class Seminar Schedule

    Location    
January, 2017
25th Jan   Power Studies -- Maple Valley   [Register]
 
March, 2017
15th Mar   Border States -- Billings   [Register]
 
April, 2017
6th Apr   Hampton Inn Tampa   [Register]
12th Apr   Fairfield Inn & Suites College Park   [Register]
25th Apr   e-Hazard   [Register]
 
May, 2017
10th May   Nashville, TN   [Register]
24th May   Border States Tucson   [Register]
 
June, 2017
6th Jun   e-Hazard   [Register]
 
High Voltage Qualified Training Class
Working on or around 1 to 138kV industrial high voltage distribution systems requires qualification. In this training, attendees learn what it means to be HV qualified and what electrical tasks may only be performed by a qualified person.
Includes 8 hours of training for up to 20 attendees, and instructor travel to US locations.
What You'll Learn
Regulations related to being HV - Qualified and working safely
Safe practices working on or near energized equipment
Live line work, tools & equipment
Mobile equipment & electrical hazards
De-energized testing
Creating a safe work zone (Tape in/ Tape out)
Public safety (limited approach) boundaries
Minimum Approach Distance
When is it live-line work
What tasks do not require a live-line permit.
Testing and verifying equipment is de-energized
Why you must ground
Field testing requirements
Demonstrate your proficiency of HV skills for our engineer/ lineman
About The Training Provider: e-Hazard Management
e-Hazard Management - Mission: "We help people who work around electricity go home safely to their families." Since July 29, 2004, e-Hazard has provided a full suite of electrical and arc flash training, arc flash studies and consulting services. We're proud to include more than 500 utilities in the US and abroad, Fortune 100 manufacturers, electrical contractors, and several branches of the US government among...
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