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Electrical Safety Training

Wisconsin-based Archer Electric, LLC, offers a wide array of safety training topics and formats related to electrical safety and hazard awareness. Customizable training sessions ranging from 2-8 hours are available, with emphases of your company's choice. Training courses can range from classroom-type learning sessions with sample tools, test equipment, PPE, and/or lockout/tagout devices at your facility, to field-testing and knowledge application depending on your company's safety training needs.

Training Topics

  • Basic Electrical Safety and Hazard Awareness
  • Understanding OSHA's role in facility compliance and applicable standards regarding electrical equipment, energized components, and energized work
  • Arc Flash Hazard Awareness and Related Safety Standards
  • OSHA's 29 CFR 1910 & NFPA 70E Standards Relating to Electrical Safety
  • Lockout/Tagout Hazard Awareness and Programming Compliance
  • Selection and Use of Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Selection and Use of Insulated Hand Tools and Insulated Test Equipment
  • Electrical Equipment Maintenance (relating to the NFPA 70B standard and Establishing a Routine and Preventive Maintenance Program
  • Proper Grounding & Bonding of Electrical Equipment and Components
  • Qualified Person Field Verification
  • Classroom/Field Training for Troubleshooting of Minor Electrical Issues

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Contact Archer Electric to schedule Training today! 262-352-5722

CEU-Certified Electrical Training

Archer Electric is also certified by the State of Wisconsin to provide Continuing Education Unit (CEU) safety training for all types and experience levels of electricians. Courses are available in 2, 6, or 8-hour sessions. The CEU-approved courses cover these topic areas:

  • Basic Electrical Safety and Awareness of Electrical Hazards
  • OSHA and NFPA 70E Standards and Regulations
  • Lockout/Tagout Hazard Awareness and Programming Compliance
  • Arc Flash Hazard Awareness and the NFPA 70E
  • Selection and Use of Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Selection and Use of Insulated Tools & Test Equipment

Shorter, non-CEU versions of each of these courses are also available as mentioned above. Back to top

Why is Safety Training so Important?

Understanding the hazards associated with electrical power systems and equipment and the dangers of arc flash, arc blast, and the failure to de-energize, as well as the applicable federal standards and regulations, are the responsibilities of more than just facility maintenance personnel and electricians.

As part of Archer Electric's overall goal of bringing electrical hazard awareness and facility safety compliance to the forefront, we recommend that management attend these sessions to be made aware of the federal standards and ways for your company to work safer. Sessions are recommended for members of the facility safety team, facility health managers, safety directors, and other applicable personnel. This also provides an excellent opportunity to raise and resolve issues of awareness or compliance for worker safety and items of concern directly with the individuals who can request and/or implement the necessary or desired policy changes. Archer Electric of Southern Wisconsin prides itself on making training sessions approachable by all disciplines. Past attendees in management roles have been very grateful for the chance to participate. Back to top

Materials from Safety Training Sessions

Safety training attendees receive two copies of an attendance verification form to update both their personal records as well as their employer's records for documentation of training. Participants will also get personalized attendance verification wallet cards. Both forms of attendance verification include the date of training as well as the subject matter covered. Back to top

Contact Archer Electric to schedule Training today! 262-352-5722

Based in Southern Wisconsin, Archer Electric, LLC, is an electrical contracting firm with a designer of engineering systems and master electrician specializing in arc flash, lockout/tagout, OSHA/NFPA compliance, safety training, and more.

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