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In this course led by Jim Vaughn, CUSP, you’ll get the detail and vigor of in-person training through a multipart webinar series. Basic and advanced personal protective grounding (PPG) will be covered, followed by equipment grounding and PPG in transmission construction. Each session in the series will be two hours long.
$750 Non-subscriber / $375 iPi Subscriber for the 6 Two-Hour Sessions
*Open to all through December 2020! No need to be a Subscriber to join*
The iPi Subscriber Forum is a monthly virtual platform exclusive to iPi subscribers that allows real time interaction with your peers and experienced subject matter experts. Forums will include industry specific topics, challenges, trends, and solutions along with best practices in leadership, operations, and safety. By participating, you will be able to submit questions, polls, and topics ahead of each session and see real time responses during the sessions.
Topics in this series are derived from SET Solutions’ popular OSHA electric power course offered through the Incident Prevention Institute (https://ip-institute.com). The course is designed to help learners identify standard requirements and to offer practical ways to apply the standards.
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.
$250 Non-subscriber / $125 iPi Subscriber for the 2-hour session
The Train the Virtual Trainer Workshop is a learning series centered around how to design and lead effective meetings and training with an intense focus on the virtual trainer. The program covers proven practices and principles of effective training and then takes a deep dive into the roles of a trainer along with strategies and tips specific to the virtual environment.
This course was built to provide you with a simple and practical way to learn about OSHA’s Electric Power standards 1910.269 and 1926 Subpart V and provide you with expert insight and interpretations that help you understand the applications of the regulation. Through the use of engaging video and knowledge checks, we break down the performance requirements of the OSHA Electric Power standards and answer frequently asked questions.
$750 Regular Cost / $375 iPi Subscriber for 6 months of access to the computer-based training course
You can now get Frontline without the hassle and costs of logistics associated with classroom training. Frontline Online features proven principles and strategies about how to improve your skills and interact with others through videos, reading assignments, virtual exercises, knowledge checks, and personal assessments.
The computer-based training will be supplemented with optional Live webinar sessions! The next live webinar series starts October 8, 2020.
$799 Regular Cost / $399 iPi Subscriber for one year of access
This program with Lee Marchessault will focus on the hazards of Induction, Objectionable Current Flow and Gradient Potential and how to mitigate the hazards. Special consideration for temporary protective grounding and equipment bonding is especially important in substations. Case studies will be presented from including serious injuries from operating gang operated switches to an induction fatality. Attendees will have a better understanding of the invisible hazards within a substation.
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.
This series will identify the importance of a strong incident investigation process. Learning what went wrong, why it happened and what can be done to prevent the incident in the future is an important part of an effective safety management system. Students will learn investigation techniques including how to perform a Root Cause Analysis (RCA).
Confined Spaces discusses how to work safely in and around different types of confined spaces. The course explains how to identify and classify different types of spaces, hazards associated with confined spaces, PPE requirements, and entry and rescue requirements and procedures. Anyone who works in or around confined spaces along with anyone responsible for safety should take this course.
Excavations Competent Person covers §29CFR 1926 Subpart P Excavations. The course provides the knowledge you need to safely work in or around excavations including how to identify and control common hazards associated with excavations. Operations, safety, and anyone working in or around excavations should take this course. Note: This course covers the knowledge requirements for a competent person in excavations. It is up to each employer to evaluate their employees, grant them authority to take corrective actions, and designate them as a competent person.
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.
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.