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Arc Flash Hazards: How to Conduct Assessments to Comply with NFPA 70E Training Requires and Minimize Injury Risk - On-Demand

Arc Flash Hazards: How to Conduct Assessments to Comply with NFPA 70E Training Requires and Minimize Injury Risk - On-Demand

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Arc Flash Hazards: How to Conduct Assessments to Comply with NFPA 70E Training Requires and Minimize Injury Risk - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to comply with conduct risk assessments and meet NPFA 70E employee training requirements.



Electric shock and arc flash injuries occur frequently and are among the most crippling and highest cost injuries at work.

Many companies have difficulty understanding, implementing and maintaining compliance with NFPA 70E, including the new requirements adopted last year for arc flash and electric shock risk assessments, job safety planning and job briefing, and electrical safety training for workers.

The risk assessment procedure from NFPA 70E requires employees to be trained in identifying hazards, assessing the associated risk, and implementing risk control methods according to the hierarchy of risk control. This is essential to properly identify all energy sources, follow lock-out/tag-out procedures, and account for any special precautions. Additionally, employees must be trained in emergency response including contact release training, first aid, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Use this on-demand webinar that will help you conduct thorough risk assessments and deliver employee training that complies NFPA 70E requirements.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Prepare and implement an arc flash risk assessment and electrical shock risk assessment<
  • Recognize significant changes to the NFPA 70E 2018 standard concerning risk assessments and employee training requirements and how they relate to OSHA’s electrical safety regulations
  • Describe OSHA best work practices and NFPA 70E employee training requirements
  • Recognize job planning and job briefing procedures

About Your Presenter

Ryan MillerRyan Miller 
Electrical Engineer
Herzig Engineering

Ryan Miller is an electrical engineer with Herzig Engineering who specializes in Arc Flash Incident Energy Analysis and NFPA 70E compliance. For over 11 years Ryan has been an integral part of Herzig Engineering’s Arc Flash team, serving clients in hundreds of facilities across 40 states along with international clients as well. His basic approach is to encourage employers to find simple yet effective electrical safety solutions by, not only, being well informed regarding industry standards and regulations, but also developing an understanding of how these necessary policies and procedures impact the regular job duties and job performance of employee.

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