NFPA 70E - Users Guide to Electrical PPE

    NFPA 70E - Users Guide to Electrical PPE

    Course Overview

    This certificate-level NFPA 70E Users Guide to Electrical PPE online course is a guide to using electrical personal protective equipment (PPE) while working with electrical hazards. You will learn the types of electrical PPE and how to practice proper use of PPE. The course also covers learning from past mistakes to improve safety. This electrical PPE class explains that industry associations and committees work tirelessly to develop new ways to improve safety.

    This training course was adapted from the booklet A User's Guide to Electrical PPE, based on NFPA 70E written by Ray A. Jones and Jane G. Jones and presented with permission from Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

    Intended Audience

    This online electrical PPE safety course is intended for all employees and employers at the work site.

    • Construction Workers
    • Construction Foremen
    • Construction Supervisors

    Learning Objectives

    This NFPA 70E Electrical PPE safety course will teach you about hazard and risk analysis. The course goes into the definition of PPE, PPE ratings and various PPE uses, as well as industry certifications, approvals and injury relationships. Applicable OSHA requirements and strategies for acquiring PPE are also discussed.

    Course Topics

    • Knowledge Assessment
    • Introduction to Electrical PPE
    • The Hazard and Risk Analysis
    • PPE Defined
    • OSHA Requirements
    • PPE Ratings
    • Relationship to Injuries
    • Strategies for Acquiring PPE
    • Certification and Approvals
    • Electrical Safety Drills

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Electrical PPE
    • Hazard and Risk Analysis
    • Injury Relationship
    • Arc Flash Hazards
    • Shock and Electrocution
    • Arc Flash Burns
    • Arc Blast

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s NFPA 70E Users Guide to Electrical PPE online safety course presents information on safely working with electrical PPE around electrical hazards. When you have successfully completed this Electrical PPE safety course, you will understand:

    • The definition of PPE
    • PPE ratings, certifications and approvals
    • Various PPE uses
    • What OSHA requires
    • Strategies for acquiring PPE
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