70E 2015 Training PhotoEach year PowerHawke hosts NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace training sessions at it’s Connecticut and Nashville locations.  PowerHawke also trains clients in conjunction with arc flash risk assessment completion at their facility.

Arc flash is a hidden and potentially perilous danger. No one believes it will happen in their facility. But arc flash accounts for 80% of all electrical injuries. Each year more than 2,000 people are treated in burn centers from arc flash incidents. Learn how to safeguard your system against catastrophic personal injury and system loss.
Within our one day intensive course, we’ll review changes for the revised NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace for 2015 and we’ll also preview how PowerHawke’s Arc Flash Hazard Assessment can identify, mitigate and propose proper Personal Protective Equipment for any potential problems and ensure you comply with NFPA 70E.

Check back next year for 2016 training sessions!

Year after year, this seminar is highly requested by our customers and past attendees – see what they have to say about the course here.   Mike Wright of 70E Solutions has trained hundreds through PowerHawke and thousands across the United States. Mike has has over 34 years experience in the electrical field. He is currently an IBEW local #5 inside journeyman wireman. In past years he was an electrical contractor, IBEW journeyman lineman and safety manager.

This class qualifies for PDH credits for professional engineers in the State of Tennessee.

2013 70E Class in Nashville