Managing Electrical Hazards
This title ensures learners are ready to work safely near electrical hazards in the workplace, knowing how to avoid electrical hazards, analyze and document shock and arc flash hazards; and plan and conduct work around them.
Coverage of the NFPA 70E® Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® is integrated throughout to ensure learners are prepared with the code knowledge need to be successful on the job.
Describes how to assess and eliminate shock, arc blast, and arc flash hazards using the practical safe working requirements detailed in NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®. Where it is not possible to eliminate a hazard, an energized electrical work permit must be completed, and workers must be protected by appropriate safety procedures and personal protective equipment.
Contributing Subject Matter Experts
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are a vital part of NCCER’s Curriculum development process. SMEs are construction and maintenance professionals who have journey-level experience and have experience teaching their trades to others.
Christine Porter, Intertek
John Lupacchino, Gaylor Electric, Inc.
John Mueller (Retired)
Justin Johnson, Quality Electric
Kermit Feser, TIC – The Industrial Company
Kevin Tice, Starr Electric and ABC of Carolinas
Mark Kozloski, Tri-City Electrical Contractors
Martin Kronz, Panduit
Mike Powers, Tri-City Electrical Contractors
Paul Asselin, Elm Electric and Gould Construction Institute
Scott Mitchell, Cianbro Companies
Steve Newton, National Field Services
Tiffany White, TIC – The Industrial Company
Tim Dean, Madison Comprehensive High School/Central OHIO ABC
Tim Ely, Beacon Electrical Contractors
Wayne Stratton, ABC of Iowa
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