Thompson has become a nationally recognized leader in electrical safety. Performing Arc Flash Risk Assessments, Short-Circuit, and Coordination Studies for clients across the United States. Thompson has the expertise to serve companies of any size. Along with the electrical analysis, Thompson provides electrical preventative maintenance following manufacturer guidelines, as well as the direction of NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. Thompson is your partner for all of your electrical safety needs. To bring these efforts together, Thompson provides Low Voltage Electrical Safety training to ensure your compliance with NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and to promote a safe work environment.
Numerous workers are injured and/or killed each year while working on energized equipment. Many of these casualties are a result of arc flash. Working on energized equipment has become commonplace in many industries. Thompson offers courses intended to teach employees skills necessary to work around electrical hazards and educate employees on the dangers of electricity and help them gain a healthy understanding of the danger electricity poses in the workplace.
Low Voltage Electrical Safety Training for Qualified Persons based on NFPA 70E 2021 Edition (Available Online Now) Fill out the form for more information.
Thompson provides multiple methods for delivering Electrical Safety training to YOUR team!
Online & On-Demand – Web-based training (includes continued access to all training materials
Web-Based with Live Instructor – Web-based with a live instructor
In-Person – Live training at your facility or one of our offices in Iowa, Omaha, or South Dakota
Custom training packages are available!
Mix and match delivery methods to best train your personnel!
Custom recording of training sessions unique to YOUR policies!
Electrical Safety Program assistance!
A Thompson, Subject Matter Expert (SME) can assist with updating your ESP
Our SME can author a new ESP for you!
NFPA 70E requires…
Qualified and unqualified persons at your facility to receive Electrical Safety training at intervals not to exceed 3 years.
Have a written Electrical Safety Program in place.
Electrical Safety Program to be audited at intervals not to exceed 3 years.
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Trainers were knowledgeable of the subject matter. Personnel participating in the training reported positive feedback.