NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training

“I’ve been racking breakers on and off the bus for 17 years and didn’t know half of this” – Operator at major generating station

Electrical safety training is mandatory every three years for all workers who work on or near energized equipment, and for those who supervise them. The training must include documented hands-on, performance-based training.

With Crown ERAM’s electrical safety training, we provide mandatory training onsite, on a convenient schedule.

Electrical Safety Class Emphasis
• Identifying Electrical Hazards: Shock, Arc Flash and Arc Blast
• Safe work practices: Hazard Analysis, Human Performance Factors
• Arc flash hazards.
• Lockout and tag out procedures
• Reading and understanding Arc flash warning labels
• Use and maintenance of personal protective equipment
• Over 850 engaged electrical workers trained since January 2017.

Electrical Mobile Simulator hands on training
Hands-on class in 53’ semi-trailer allows students to demonstrate proficiency on actual equipment. Mobile simulator contains over 15 low and medium voltage circuit breakers, starters switches and more. Students will learn reliable operation, safe work practices and fundamental maintenance practices for various electrical apparatus. Each student will dress and a 40 Calorie Arch Flash suit and “rack” breakers on and off the bus.

Crown Point, IN:     Classroom 2nd Thursday of the month.  Simulator 2nd Friday of the month.

Taylor, MI: Classroom 2nd Tuesday of the month.  Simulator 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Classroom w/ Simulator Proficiency Training COMBINED: $600 per Student

Classroom ONLY: $375 per Student

Simulator Proficiency Training ONLY: $350 per Student


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