NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training & Turnkey Arc Flash Assessments
Our Experts provide NFPA 70E arc flash training and arc flash assessments nationwide. Our NFPA 70E and other electrical safety training courses are tailored to fit your needs. We train Coast to Coast! Give us a call today for pricing or more information 888-502-3026.
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EDS is a turnkey solution for all of your OSHA and NFPA 70E related needs regarding electrical safety and Arc Flash Compliance. We offer onsite NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training throughout all of North America.
Arc Flash Assessments
EDS can help your company comply with all aspects of the NFPA 70E. Our experts have extensive knowledge and experience with electrical safety and electrical power systems.
EDS has all the resources you need to keep your work place compliant to electrical safety standards. We offer a variety of helpful resources including compliance codes, regulations, standards, analysis, calculations and more.
Our Medium / High Voltage Electrical Safety Training establishes minimum standards to ensure that worker’s health and safety are protected during medium voltage electrical work and is based upon, but not limited to, OSHA 1910.269, 1910.132(D), and 1910.137 standards. OSHA makes a distinction between low voltage qualified employees (600 volt and below) and those qualified for medium / high voltage job tasks. The reason for this distinction is equipment and conductors that carry medium / high voltage warrant particular safety requirements and procedures.
Electrical dangers such as shock, electrocution, electrical explosion, and arc blast will always be present on the job, but a proper electrical training program and strategies can minimize the likelihood of injuries and fatalities. Our NFPA 70E Training focuses on the 2021 NFPA 70E arc flash electrical safety standard that addresses arc flash electrical safety requirements for employee workplaces that are necessary for the practical safeguarding of employees.
EDS conducted a 2011 survey of a broad cross section of the electrical industry that was comprised of 14 companies totaling 507 electrical workers who were asked one question… do you implement your company’s energy control procedures on every job task? The findings were 16 out of 507 said “yes”. These answers reveal that our companies are not annually auditing their employees or enforcing the energy control program (no reprimand). The annual audit is required by OSHA to ensure that employees understand the Lockout/Tagout procedures and the importance of implementing these procedures.
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Why Choose Us?
EDS instructors have field experience in the electrical trade in commercial, industrial, and utilities and are extremely knowledgable in the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2020, OSHA 1910 Subpart S, OSHA 1926 Subpart K, and the NFPA 70E. Best of all, EDS trainers are passionate about electrical safety.
“This was really helpful to all the crew and will correct any issues. Put the fear of God on how serious this stuff is.”
“Excellent content for our unit to learn. The class was relevant and the instructor was great! Thank you for your training.”
“All superintendent and management should be taking this course.”
“Highly informative course that just may save my life some day.”
“Mr. Ruggles was very down to earth with a vast knowledge and understanding.”
“I now feel more comfortable in achieving a safe work condition when dealing with electricity.”
“The explanation of NFPA 70E was very precise. The facilitator presented total knowledge and ease of presentation. It heightened my awareness and re-emphasized importance of electrical safety practices.”
“Opens your eyes to the dangers we see every day – great course, should be more often than 3 years. Instructor has strong motivation for safe working environment. Scared me how little I knew!”
“This training is likely a life saver. We had 90 of our electricians and maintenance workers attend a 3 day session. I can say that this was some of the most impact training of my 27+ year career. The re-enactments are extremely realistic and will leave an impression that will remain for a very long time.”
“A very well spoken instructor who breaks down the technical terms to easily understand. I’m really looking forward to the retraining 3 years from now.”
“I have a new respect for the job I do. Wow! Never realized the danger. Thanks!”
“Went above and beyond with explanations helping to better understand the course and questions asked.”