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Regional Workshops

Facility Results offers regional, four-hour, open-seating workshops on the correct and efficient use of NFPA 70E for identifying and minimizing hazards due to electrical shock and arc flash in the workplace. These half-day workshops are a perfect fit for employers and contractors who want to stay current on the NFPA 70E standards, but can’t afford the time and expense of bringing consultants into their place of business.

Each NFPA 70E Workshop is delivered by two Facility Results trainers. All of the company’s trainers have extensive backgrounds in workplace safety and hands-on experience in the subject matters they train on. This includes, but is not limited to, topics like OSHA compliance, NFPA 70E standards, recognizing hazardous risk categories, and explaining the intent and limitations of personal protective equipment. Most importantly, a major part of Facility Results’ business is NFPA training and consulting, so our Workshop trainers have what it takes to garner the attention and respect of attendees who range from novice to very experienced.

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These arc flash safety training workshops are an excellent forum for open discussion with many different perspectives. Hear how other professionals and qualified workers are finding opportunities to address some of the NFPA 70E standards and requirements. See the latest technology in personal protective equipment and explore the differences, and pro’s and con’s for each technology available today. Learn about simple-to-implement compliance programs like a managed glove program to automatically rotate your electrical-insulated gloves, as OSHA requires. Get electrical safety posters and tools that will assist you with electrical safety awareness.

Facility Results has trainers that have been trained by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and sit on several NFPA committees, such as NFPA 70E and NFPA 73. Facility Results can help you with not only what is required for arc flashing training today, but also with what is going to be required tomorrow.