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Electrical High Voltage Standards - Federal

OSHA classifies any use of electrical service over 600 volts as high voltage. Regulations and accepted industry standards state that employers meet specific training requirements for their employees who work with high voltage electrical installations. These rules apply to commercial, industrial, and government sites as well as electric utility generation, transmission and distribution installations. This course provides information crucial to safely operate your facility. Along with advance knowledge of critical compliance issues, emphasis is placed on hazard awareness and abatement methods. Topics Include: Fundamentals, Definitions, Wiring Methods, Practices and Equipment, Lockout/Tagout. Recommended prerequisite: OSHA 3095.

Travel plans must accommodate the course end time.

Course Number: FPM-40419   Credit: 3 units

Other Credit: CEU 3.2, ABIH 5.34 CM Points, BCSP 3.2 COCs

Textbooks: All materials are provided on the first day of class.

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Date | Time | Location | Instructor | Textbook

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07/27/20 - 07/30/20   + More Information San Diego, CA 143468 $765.00 Add to Cart
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