On-Site Arc Flash OSHA Training Program

Arc flashes are dangerous, yet completely preventable, electrical hazards in the workplace. Recognizing the importance of learning how to prevent arc flashes, OSHA made it a key requirement for all workers exposed to any electrical hazard. Today’s companies must provide their employees — both qualified and unqualified — with documented electrical safety training that includes protective practices.

Your employees need to learn how to handle and analyze electrical equipment. They must also know how to properly use the right protective equipment. With Technical Skills Development Services, you get efficient training that ensures your employees know how to prevent an electrical hazard, quickly bringing your company up to OSHA standards.

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All it takes is a single day to bring your company up to date with OSHA arc flash training requirements. Partner with Technical Skills Development Services for on-site training at your location, customized to your unique needs. On a date convenient for your company, one of our experienced instructors will come to your site to conduct two four-hour sessions of Arc Flash/NFPA 70E training. Your qualified workers will attend both sessions, while unqualified workers will only attend the first morning training session. Our one-day combined compliance course is based on OSHA 29 CFR 1910.331-335 and the 2015 NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. As stipulated by OSHA, the training goes far beyond basic safety practices such as wearing rubber gloves or avoiding damp or wet areas when working around electricity. Our comprehensive four-part training program encompasses:


  1. Governing Electrical Safety Standards — Aligned with OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and 2015 NFPA 70E, the first part of the training defines a qualified electrical worker and reviews the training requirements for the qualified and unqualified electrical worker.
  2. Electrical Hazards — From the definition to causes of electrical shock and arc flash, your employees will learn about the effects they can have on the human body. They’ll also learn about potential energy (incident energy) in an arc flash, including the factors that contribute you to it, as well as an arc flash study.
  3. Exposures to Electrical Hazards — We customize the third component of training to your site. Site-specific hazards can include entering electrical equipment rooms, resetting electrical devices, starting and stopping equipment, terminating conductors and more.
  4. Safe Work Practices — During the final portion of the training, your employees learn how to prevent electrical accidents. From determining voltage levels for shock protection to setting up boundary barricades, your workers get the training they need to safely work in your facility.


With Technical Skills Development Services, it’s easy to get comprehensive electrical hazard safety training. All you need to do is supply the classroom — for up to 20 participants — that includes a projection screen or clean wall surface. We’ll supply the rest, including essential tools and training materials.

To get started, contact us today with your company’s unique requirements. We’ll provide a free quote and can schedule your training on a day that works best for your team.