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2-HR Online Course

NFPA 70E: What Qualified Electrical Workers Should Know


  • Duration
    One 2-Hour Session
  • CUSP points
    2 CUSP Points
  • Instructor
About NFPA 70E: What Qualified Electrical Workers Should Know

This program provides information necessary to understand safe work practices when around energized (or methods to de-energize) electrical parts. This standard applies to utility electrical work on substation station service, generation station service, administration buildings, vehicle maintenance shops, street lights, etc.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the shock and arc flash hazards and consequences
  • Determine qualification requirements including boundaries
  • Demonstrate PPE requirements
  • Explain the importance of risk assessments and Job Safety Planning
  • Describe what’s new in the 2021 NFPA70E

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Earn 2 CUSP points
for the 2-hour session!

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Lee Marchessault, CUSP

Lee Marchessault is the President of Workplace Safety Solutions, Inc. He started his career in the Electric Industry in 1978 as a power plant apprentice operator, then moved to metering, then HV Electrician (Transmission, Substation & Generation), and after 20 years in the field, he became the Safety Manager for the power company. Lee remains a licensed Electrician and has a BS from Johnson State College. He is an instructor for the OSHA Training Institutes in Regions 1, 2, and 4, electrical standards. Over the past 20 years, Lee has written numerous articles in national publications and continues to present electrical safety topics for International venues. He is on the Electrical Committee for NFPA, a voting member of the ASTM F18 Committee, and an active member with other organizations including ASSP, IP, and NSC Utilities Division.

The views, information, or opinions expressed during this webinar are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Utility Business Media and its employees. It is strongly recommended you discuss any actions or policy changes with your company management prior to implementation.

NFPA 70E: What Qualified Electrical Workers Should Know is not included in the iPi Subscription