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Self-Paced Online Training courses

Herzig Engineering now offers self-paced online training for your personnel on electrical safety per the NFPA 70E and OSHA. The training topics will be individual modules that composite 4 or 8 hours of Electrical Safety Training, along with a 2-hour Lockout/Tagout Training. The modules can be assigned on an as needed basis for your employees (qualified electrical workers or unqualified workers).

Our LMS (Learning Management System) tracks course completion, training compliance over time, and provides a convenient dashboard for your leadership and management teams.

Training material is presented in a variety of formats with:

  • Narrated Slides
  • Demonstration Videos
  • Illustrated Examples
  • Knowledge Check Quizzes
  • Testing Upon Course Completion (optional)

Multiple choice questions specific to each module will be utilized throughout the online training to enhance retention and comprehension. Participants must attain a passing score for each set of questions to complete the module. Multiple attempts for question sets may be allowed at your discretion.

Herzig Engineering also provides a supplementary electronic PDF training handout available for download when participants complete their assigned LMS course.

Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect from our training:

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To view more, watch our extended training sample video below.

The current course offerings are:

  • 4 Hour Electrical Hazard and Awareness Safety Training
  • 8 Hour Electrical Hazard and Awareness Safety Training
  • 2 Hour Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Training

…custom options are available as well!

Here's a sample of the Fun & Informative content included in our training:

Electrical safety is no laughing matter, but we strive to create courses that keep your employees’ attention and increase retention of this vital information. Our modules include a mix of the nitty-gritty codes and standards material, real world examples and stories, as well as some rather entertaining dialogue between our trainers who have first-hand knowledge in the concepts we cover.

Key features include:

  • Electrical Hazard Identification
  • Risk Assessments
  • Codes and Standards
  • Electrical Safety Programs
  • Proactive Safety Culture
  • Arc Flash Label Interpretation
  • PPE Selection and Use
  • Energized versus De-Energized
  • Establishing an ESWC (Electrically Safe Work Condition)
  • Electrical Lock-Out / Tag-Out (LOTO)
  • Electrical Preventative Maintenance
  • Tools and Meters
  • Certificate of Completion

Don’t let safety happen by accident.

Speak to one of our experts today for a free consultation.