iPi Live Series - Online Courses
This webinar starts from the beginning with the information necessary to competently understand the electrical phenomena that is present when there are currents flowing in grounded circuits. The webinar also covers the three fundamental principles of current in grounded circuits and the absolute requirements that OSHA has for de-energized utility work based on the 3 fundamental Principles.
$650 for all 6 two-hour sessions
Frontline LIVE brings our popular Frontline Leadership training and development program into an online, instructor-led environment that combines the real-time interaction of a classroom with the personalization and convenience of computer-based learning.
The iPi LIVE Series presents Arc Flash Awareness, a seven-session online course taught by Hugh Hoagland of e-Hazard. Sessions I and II cover arc flash awareness for utility workers, while sessions III through VII cover OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 with an emphasis on arc flash.
OSHA Electric Power Standards: Part II will present 29 CFR 1910.269, “Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution,” in a simple and practical way, making it easy to interpret and apply. This course will focus on performance requirements and answer frequently asked questions about key parts of the standard.
Distribution Cover-Up: How to Achieve Insulation and Isolation, will discuss cover-up requirements for distribution systems and substations using a practical method that is easy to understand and apply. Covering voltages up to 44 kV, this five-session course led by utility industry expert Danny Raines, CUSP, includes fundamentals and principles of cover-up; the impact of culture on cover-up practices; and specific requirements for overhead, underground and substation applications.
In this course, emotional intelligence expert Parrish Owen Taylor will identify the Map5 Competency Model for understanding Emotional Quotient. Self-competencies one, two and three on the Map5 are demonstrated with an individual’s personal performance and social-competencies four and five are directly related to one’s ability to effectively lead others to safe, productive outcomes.