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$49.00 USD

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This course is an overview of the NFPA 70E and OSHA Electrical Safety Program requirements, the relationship between Safety-Related Work Practices and the Electrical Safety Program, and the relationship between Safety-Related Work Practices and the Electrical Safety Program. 


This course module is comprised of three lessons, each lesson correlated to a lesson objective.


Course Objectives:

  • Apply the requirements of re-energizing an electrical system
  • State the purpose of the Electrical Safety Program
  • Describe the relationship between Safety-Related Work Practices and the Electrical Safety Program
  • List the elements of an Electrical Safety Program
  • Explain the Electrical Safety Program responsibilities for the Employer and the Employee

Course Time: Approximately 42 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals

Benefits to Training Online with AVO:

  • Stay Safe & Compliant 
  • SAVE big by eliminating travel & lodging expenses
  • Interactive, self-paced learning 
  • No travel required/Train from anywhere
  • Developed by our subject matter expert instructors with multiple years of experience who are also members of the NFPA 70E National Committee that wrote the standard
  • Certificate of Achievement issued for Completion 
  • New Industry Leading Course Content  with all recent 2015 NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Updates included 
  • Get a full 120 days to complete the training  series 
  • Training from an industry leading, reputable company with over 50 years of Electrical Training & Consulting experience all over the world


Module 8:  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 

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Module 6: The Electrical Safety Program



This course highlights the updates to the 2015 NFPA 70E, and introduces the arc flash hazard, causes, risk of potential injury, and injury prevention methods for the employer and worker. 


Promoting a safe work environment for the qualified and unqualified worker based on direct requirements of the NFPA 70E will aid in protecting employees and keep company operating costs to a minimum.


Course Objectives:

  • Accurately describe the history of Arc Flash in the 2015 NFPA 70E
  • Define Arc Flash and list the risks associated with the hazard
  • Identify the common causes of an Arc Flash
  • Describe the safety components of Arc Flash hazard injury prevention

Course Time: Approximately 53 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals







This module is an introduction to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), it’s required use and maintenance, and the employer’s responsibilities for protecting the employee are defined in the OSHA 29 CFR 1910 (Code of Federal Regulations) and industry standards. 


This course module is comprised of four lessons, each lesson correlated to a lesson objective.


  • Identify the resources used for determining protection from arc flash hazards
  • Choose the appropriate PPE for the known hazards
  • Describe the process of Verifying an Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Determine the in service care and use of the required PPE
  • Recognize the training requirements associated with PPE


Course Time: Approximately 30 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals

Who will benefit from this Training:  

  • Engineers
  • Technicians
  • Supervisors & Managers of Technicians & Safety Professionals. 

$49.00 USD

Per Student

Module 5: Arc Flash Risk Assessment

$49.00 USD



This module is an introduction to establishing an adhering to an Electrical Safety Program, and the responsibilities of both the Employer and Employees to maintain a safe work environment. 


This course module is comprised of five lessons, each lesson correlated to a lesson objective.


Course Objectives:

  • Define an Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Explain the process of Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Describe the process of Verifying an Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Apply the requirements of re-energizing an electrical system
  • Determine the responsibilities of management associated with Lockout/Tagout

Course Time: Approximately 36 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals

Module 1:   Intro to Arc Flash 

Module 7:  Establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition

$49.00 USD

$49.00 USD



This module is an introduction to Energized Electrical Work Permits (EEWP), the variables an employer must consider when justifying work on energized equipment, and the requirements for performing permitted work on circuits and conductors that are energized or may become energized. 


This course module is comprised of three lessons, each lesson correlated to a lesson objective.


Course Objectives:

  • Locate the requirements for performing energized work
  • Recognize the elements of an Energized Electrical Work Permit
  • Apply the requirements for working on 50 volts or greater

Course Time: Approximately 30 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals

Module 9:  Energized Electrical Work Permit



This course is an introduction and overview of the National Fire Protection Association’s standard; NFPA 70E. It provides a clear outline of the NFPA 70E requirements for electrical safe work practices that help to protect the employee from injury in the workplace. 


Course Objectives:

  • Explain the reason for the NFPA 70E’s existence
  • State requirements of the NFPA 70E
  • Define the purpose of the Annex in the NFPA 70E

Course Time: Approximately 68 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals




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Module 2: NFPA 70E Introduction



This course is an overview of the NFPA 70E & OSHA Safety-related training requirements for the Qualified Person, and requirements for electrical safe work practices that help to protect the employee from injury in the workplace. 


Promoting a safe work environment for the qualified and unqualified worker based on direct requirements of the NFPA 70E & OSHA will aid in protecting employees and keep company operating costs to a minimum.


Course Objectives:

  • Define the Qualified Person according to OSHA and the 2015 NFPA 70E
  • Identify the training requirements of the Qualified Person
  • State the training documentation requirements of the Qualified Person
  • State the responsibilities of the Qualified Person

Course Time: Approximately 48 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals



$49.00 USD

Module 3: NFPA 70E & OSHA Qualified Person Requirements 



This course is an overview of the NFPA 70E & OSHA Safety-related training requirements for the Unqualified Person, and requirements for electrical safe work practices that help to protect the employee from injury in the workplace. 


Promoting a safe work environment for the qualified and unqualified worker based on direct requirements of the NFPA 70E & OSHA will aid in protecting employees and keep company operating costs to a minimum.


Course Objectives:

  • What Is An Unqualified Person according to OSHA and the 2015 NFPA 70E?
  • Identifying the Unqualified Person In The Workplace
  • Boundaries For The Unqualified Person

Course Time: Approximately 30 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals


$49.00 USD

Module 4: NFPA 70E & OSHA Unqualified Person Requirements 

$49.00 USD



This course is an overview of the Arc Flash Risk Assessment, and requirements for the Arc Flash Risk Assessment, Equipment labeling requirements, and required precautions for employee safety. 


This course module is comprised of four lessons, each lesson correlated to a lesson objective.


Course Objectives:

  • Define Arc Flash Risk Assessment
  • Recognize the Arc Flash Labeling Requirements
  • Describe Precautions for personnel activities
  • Identify additional, required precautions for employee safety

Course Time: Approximately 30 minutes (test time included)


Who will benefit: Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Managers of Technicians, Safety Professionals

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Per Student

$49.00 USD

Per Student

Per Student

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