This 2-day seminar with third day workshop October 25–27, ’05, will provide required training for employees bound by Table S-4 of the rule, and optional training for management personnel who need to evaluate their company’s safety program and the training needs of the organization’s employees effectively. Table S-4 requires this training for: Anyone working on or near energized equipment, Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Electronic Equipment Assemblers and Technicians, Electricians, Industrial Machine Operators, Material Handling Equipment Operators, Mechanics and Repairers, Maintenance/Facility Supervisors, Painters, Riggers and Roustabouts, Stationary Engineers, Welders, persons requiring training about the most current NFPA 70E standards.
Students attending this optional third day of the Electrical Safety 2-day seminar, will learn how to calculate fault current and incident energy levels by various methods and will learn how these values change throughout their facility. Additionally, attendees will see how changes made by the supplying utility effect the protection characteristics of their electrical distribution system. Determination of the proper PPE is based upon specific detailed descriptions of the job hazards.
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