This three-day course will explain how to keep workers safe from shock and arc flash hazards by providing them with effective electrical safety training.
When: June 14-16, 2022
Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm each day
Place: Crowne Plaza Cleveland Airport Hotel 7230 Engle Rd, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
For additional information contact Jeanne Hall
What's included to ensure my success?
Our course provides the instructor with a complete turn-key training course that can be presented anytime, anywhere and as many times as needed. Here is what is included:
Comprehensive NFPA 70E based lesson material that includes a PowerPoint presentation and accompanying instructor’s guide.
Student training manual that allows students to follow along with the lesson material, keep notes and use for reference during their daily work activities.
Pre prepared exams that you can give your students to test their knowledge.
Lab exercises that demonstrate your students abilities
Unlimited access to our educational team. Have a question concerning a concept or portion of the lesson material? Pick-up the phone or send us an email we are always here to answer your questions.
Each student will receive an comprehensive instructors guide that explains each slide and electrical safety concept in detail. Each slide contains a text explanation and voice recording of our instructor that you can refer to as you prepare to teach your class.
Coffee and soft drinks will be served at breaks and before the seminar
What does it cost: $4,200 per student
Who Should Attend
Individuals responsible for the safety through education of employees in their organization.
Maintenance and Contract Electricians
Managers and Supervisors
Prior to attending the Rozel Train-the-Trainer Course, individuals are expected to have basic knowledge in four competency areas including:
General knowledge of electrical concepts and theories
General knowledge of electrical safety concepts and standards such as NFPA 70E, OSHA 1910 Subpart S and the National Electric Code.
Working knowledge of industrial electrical equipment such as switch gear, motor control centers, disconnect switches, etc.
General Microsoft Office knowledge. We want you to be able to make our training your training, this might include adding pictures, changing wording, etc.
Why Choose Rozel
Our Instructors are NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professionals
Our course is designed and presented by trained a previously qualified nuclear power plant instructor with years of experience in front of classrooms, the course will cover key principles of adult education. Our course will explain basic educational techniques that will ensure your students receive a presentation that is informative engaging and ensures maximum retention of the material presented.
Rozel has performed hundreds of electrical safety training classes for large and small companies across the United States for 10 years.
Here is what our students say
We Just received the Electrical Safety Training with Rozel, The instructor Brian Hall was very thorough, Very Knowledgeable! and answered every question with correct Information. I would highly recommend The class/training to all employers and employees .
I believe Brian did a great job of explaining the importance of electrical safety in the work place and at home. As a instructor he did an awesome job or keeping our attention and making it easy to follow along. Very informative class.
Brian is a perfect instructor. He is able to simplify, teach, explain, and make it all interesting at the same time. Very smooth delivery and the content was spot on.
Brian did an excellent job presenting this topic. His knowledge on the subjects covered and extensive background in the industry are impressive. The method of presentation was very effective (professional, humble, ready to answer questions, use of examples from personal experience to keep the conversation relevant, etc.). All-in-all, this was the best electric shock/arc flash training I have attended over the past 10 years.
At the completion of the training the employee will be able to:
- Describe the types of electrical hazards present in the workplace
- Identify the OSHA regulations that pertain to electrical safety
- Explain an OSHA Consensus standard
- Describe how electricity affects the human body
- Explain the difference between step and touch potential
- Describe the methods of Safe Contact Release
- List the hierarchy of risk controls
- Define a qualified person
- Perform the steps required to create an electrically safe condition
- Identify the proper test instrument
- Recognize the Limits of Approach
- Describe protective barriers and shields
- Describe alerting methods
- Describe the methods used to select insulating gloves
- Test insulating gloves
- Recognize insulating tools
- Describe the requirements for flexible cord use, maintenance and inspection
- Explain the requirements for a job brief
- State the requirements for performing energized work
- Define an arcing fault
- Describe the hazards associated with arc flash/blast events
- Identify common arc flash hazards
- Understand how to read an arc flash warning label
- Understand the relationship between time, fault current and incident energy
- Determine personal protective equipment requirements based on incident energy
- State the care and maintenance requirements of electrical personal protective equipment
- Identify the rating, use and limitations of arc flash personal protective equipment
- Perform an arc flash and shock hazard risk assessment