These classes are a comprehensive overview of electrical safety in the workplace. Both OSHA regulations and the NFPA 70E® 2015 standards are covered to provide a clear overview of proper electrical safety procedures. The information provided helps learners understand how to reduce risk and avoid electrical hazards in the workplace while still being productive, which makes these classes a valuable training tool for trainers, contractors, safety officials, and electricians in the field.
It is essential that maintencance technicans be familiar with the National Electrical Code. The NEC is "THE" standard for the safe installation and maintenance of electrical euipment and circuits. OHSA recognizes this standard when inspecting job site for violation and refer to it often in citations. Also the insurance industry recognizes the NEC and uses it to approve claims for damages. These classes are designed for maintenance technicians, and include only what apply to their job.
We bring the "Factory into the Classroom" with our customized training equipment and Hand-On Exercises. These classes below can be taken as stand alone classes or combined to form a workshop:• Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technicians Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians Troubleshooting for Maintenance Technicians - NOT A STAND-ALONE CLASS WORKSHOP ONLY
This 2-day class is designed for technicians in the field responsible for installing, programming, troubleshooting, and retrofitting electric motor drives. This industry-leading resource begins with electric motor principles, power requirements, and control methods and focuses on the safe operation, installation, startup, and troubleshooting of electric motor drives.
This class is 50% Hands-On.
We use custom training equipment made to be just like the equipment on the floor.