Classroom Training

An essential element of any electrical safety program is professional training. When employers invest in continuous education for their employees, the result is a safer workplace. Salisbury Assessment Solutions offers on-site seminars to develop and enhance employee knowledge and confidence levels.

Companies that have invested in Salisbury’s educational trainings and seminars realize the benefits in having a workforce where employees are educated to better understand codes, standards, regulations and safe work practices.

Electrical safety courses are available for both the qualified and unqualified workers. Courses are also available on the selection and maintenance of PPE. SAS has expert trainers with the credentials and industry knowledge to provide training to ensure a safe workplace.


Arc flash and shock hazard for non-maintenance personnel

2 hours –AFT1002

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The purpose of this session is to provide training on NFPA 70E Article 130. This training is for personnel who are required to function near or interface with electrical equipment but are not qualified to be within the approach boundaries specified in NFPA 70E.


Arc flash and shock hazard for maintenance personnel

4 hours – AFT1004

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The purpose of this session is to provide training on NFPA 70E Article 130. This training is for personnel who are required to examine, adjust, service or maintain electrical equipment while it is energized and meet the standards required for qualified personnel as defined in NFPA 70E.


OSHA 10 HOUR COURSE*

10 hours – OSHA10

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The purpose of this multi-day session is to provide a safer work environment and protect electrical workers by keeping them informed about OSHA’s latest standards, regulations and best practices. This 10-hour program is OSHA’s basic safety outreach class and is designed to introduce workers to a variety of general industry guidelines and requirements with an emphasis placed on those sections of 29 CFR 1910 which are appropriate for workers who work on or near electrical power systems. After completion, participants will receive an OSHA 10 hour card. Additional training for electrical hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention may be obtained through the incorporation of the AFT1004 course.

*This is (or may be) a requirement of your facility or one of your customer’s facilities (i.e. steel mills, utility power plants, heavy industrials, etc.)

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