Florida NFPA 70E – 2012 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
Florida NFPA 70E – 2012 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace is intended for use by owners, contractors, employers, safety directors and trainers, managers, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) buyers, electrically qualified workers and unqualified employees who need to protection against electrical hazards in the workplace. NFPA 70E for work practices is designed to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy and help to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards.
The course provides a summary of the major changes to the previous 2009 NFPA 70E in the 2012 edition, and is designed be used in conjunction with a hard copy of the NFPA 70E. We recommend that you use the published standard for reference, particularly to review large tables that cannot be displayed in the course screen due to their size.
Florida NFPA 70E – 2012 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace Course Objective
At the end of this program, you should be able to:
- Describe the major changes made in Article 90 and Chapter 1 of the 2012 NFPA 70E edition.
- Describe how to establish an electrically safe work condition; electric shock, arc flash, arc blast; personal protective equipment (PPE); approach boundaries; flash protection boundary; and, working “on” or “near” live parts.
- Describe the elements of an electrical safety program, including program principles, controls and procedures; hazard/risk evaluation; job briefings; and training requirements for single-employer sites and multi-employer sites, and for qualified and unqualified persons.
- Explain the proper use of test instruments and equipment, portable electric equipment, overcurrent protection, and lockout/tagout procedures and equipment.
- Distinguish the major types of electrical hazards and the Personal Protective Equipment that is selected to reduce injuries.
- Describe the major changes in Chapter 2 and 3 in the 2012 NFPA 70E edition.
- Describe safety-related maintenance requirements for electrical equipment and installations in workplaces.
- Describe safety requirements for special equipment.
ARTICLE 90 – Introduction
- 1 – Purpose
- 2 – Scope
- 3 – Standard Arrangement
- 5 – Mandatory Rules, Permissive Rules, and Explanatory Material
CHAPTER 1 – Safety-Related Work Practices
- ARTICLE 100 – Definitions
- ARTICLE 105 – Application of Safety-Related Work Practices
- ARTICLE 110 – General Requirements for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices
- ARTICLE 120 – Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
- ARTICLE 130 – Work Involving Electrical Hazards
CHAPTER 2 – Safety Related Maintenance Requirements
- ARTICLE 200 – lntroduction
- ARTICLE 205 – General Maintenance Requirements
CHAPTER 3 – Safety Requirements for Special Equipment
- ARTICLE 310 – Safety-Related Work Practices for Electrolytic Cells
- ARTICLE 320 – Safety Requirements Related to Batteries and Battery Rooms
- ARTICLE 340 – Safety-Related Work Practices: Power Electronic Equipment
To proceed with lessons all quizzes must be passed with 70% or above score. There are three attempts for each quiz, in any circumstances if you failed quiz or exam in your all three attempts the course will be locked permanently and you will be forced to complete the course in classroom.
Course final exam must be completed with and passed with 70%. There are three attempts for final exam, in any circumstances if you failed quiz or exam in your all three attempts the course will be locked permanently and you will be forced to complete the course in classroom.
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