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Electrical Safety Awareness

OCTOBER 10, 2017 | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Help your organization work safely with electrical systems and equipment. Attend this half-day class to help you reduce costs and improve worker safety.

This class will help you:
• Understand the hazards of working with & around electricity, including arc flash, arc blast, electrical shock & overhead power lines
• Learn how an effective electrical safety program can reduce costs, improve worker safety & provide regulatory compliance
• Understand what is required to comply with key elements of NFPA 70E Standards and OSHA Requirements for an electrical safety program
• Understand the difference between “qualified” & “non-qualified” personnel & how personnel can achieve “qualified” status
• Evaluate electrical personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements
• Develop a strategy for evaluating arc flash & shock hazards
• Walk away with a “hit list” of items to help improve worker safety and comply with mandates and regulations

This class is ideal for any employee who works with or around electricity.

Instructor:
Gary P. Larkins, President, Advanced Power Solutions/PowerSafetyPROTM
Gary is a licensed Electrical Supervisor with over 25 years of experience in power system analysis, testing, design consultation, training & commissioning. He is the primary author of the PowerSafetyPRO™ Electrical Safety Program template, used by organizations across the US for the basis of their written electrical safety program.

Cost:
Free to PGE commercial and industrial customers. Others may attend based on space; fee will apply.


Details

Date: October 10, 2017

Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: Free

Event Category: Commercial, Industry + Agriculture, Public + Nonprofit

Website: www.portlandgeneral.com/business/control-my-energy-costs/energy-classes

Location

Clackamas Community College/PGE Corporate University Campus
29353 SW Town Center Loop East
Wilsonville, OR 97070 United States
Phone: 503-464-2931


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