ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING
It's All About
Crew Safe &
The visceral response to arc flash safety seems to either be the Chicken Little approach of "the sky is falling" or the ostrich approach of putting your head in the sand.
With our arc flash and electrical safety training, D.P. Lund Company can help your crew achieve a comfortable understanding of arc flash & shock boundaries, electrical safety, lockout/tag out, & PPE that allows them to stay in compliance while maintaining productivity. We can do up to 3 classes in one day to accommodate your shift schedule.
Give Us 4 Hours
It doesn't matter if all your equipment is labeled if your employees don't know how to interpret the information. We have developed a 4-hour curriculum that covers OSHA 1910 Subpart S - Electrical, NFPA 70E, and NEC requirements for:
Arc Flash Safety
Personal Protective Equipment
Establishing an Electrically
Safe Work Condition
Electricians licensed in
TEXAS, MONTANA & WASHINGTON
can earn 4 continuing ed units!
OSHA approved in all 50 states!
Our instructor, Dana Lund's, combination of engineering technical knowledge and practical experience from working with a tool belt as a master electrician, allows him to analyze and teach the code from an entirely different viewpoint. You don’t want to learn about this code from someone that doesn’t understand the real world consequences of what they are telling you. You want to learn from someone who looks at every requirement and thinks about how that will affect the electrical worker in terms of both safety and productivity.
Compliance with NFPA 70E and OSHA 1910-Subpart S is not optional. Learning how to work and meet the code is critical. Much of the other training that is available really stops with telling you what you can’t do. That’s not going to help keep the lights on and the equipment running. Our training addresses how to get your work done and meet these codes.
This training is great for every employee who works on equipment powered by electricity and may come into contact with electrical hazards.