Date(s) - 01/27/2016
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Washington Group Plaza
Track No Tracks
This class will cover NFPA 70E for both low voltage and high voltage work and address why this standard applies to all electricians and why it is the best thing to comply with this consensus standard even though it isn’t actually regulation. The NEC is written to provide a standard for new construction whereas NFPA 70E is to protect the electrician who has to perform maintenance on existing installations. Statistics indicate that based on hospitalization records, 5-10 arc flash accidents that involve a fatality or serious injury to an employee occur every day in the United States. This class will discuss how to protect ourselves, our employers, and other workers while doing electrical repairs.
Registrations are closed for this event.
NOTE: We do not have the manpower to make changes to your schedule or to track “wait lists” this year.
If a class is full, please go to the class and check in with the monitor at class time. The monitor will add folks on a first-come, first-served basis as space permits. Please, do not be late for your class (your spot will be filled) and please DON’T be a “No Show.” If your class is at AGC, ITD, Tates Rents, or Suez (previously United Water), please go to those locations to see if you can attend.
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