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Arc Flash Safety Training

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Course description

Arc Flash Safety is a course designed in accordance with OHS Standards – Part 19 and CSA Z462-18 and it is addressed to employees who work on or near electrical assemblies. The program is not intended to replace specialized training, but rather to help workers become aware of the hazards they face when handling electrical equipment or carrying out tasks near active conductors.

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Accepted Across Entire Canada

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Yukon
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Northwest Territories
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Nunavut
  • Canada

An arc flash occurs when energy is suddenly released through the air as a result of a breakdown between conductors. Workers who are in close proximity to the electrical equipment at the time of the accident are very likely to be knocked back by a forceful pressure burst and suffer severe burns. Injuries from an arc flash can be fatal. As such, preventative measures must be implemented during any work performed on or near energized circuits.

This course targets workers with little or no electrical training, but who may be required to perform activities near electrical equipment. The information and strategies included in the program are derived from the CSA Z462-18 (Canada Safety Association).

All employees who work on or near electrical assemblies can benefit from Arc Flash Safety training.

Workers in the following industries are more likely to require Arc Flash Safety training:

  • Energy & Electricity,
  • Oil & Gas,
  • Seismic,
  • Mining,
  • Construction,
  • Automotive & Manufacturing,
  • Waste Management.

Canadian businesses are legally required to ensure the safety of their employees. In other words, it is the responsibility of the employer to provide workers with access to Arc Flash Safety training where this is suitable.

At the same time, employees must undergo the necessary training and pass the associated examinations to demonstrate their newly-acquired knowledge. Potential job candidates can also complete this course individually in order to enhance their CVs and better prepare for a job interview.

To complete this safety training course, you must understand key terms related to arc flashes and basic electrical concepts. In addition, you must be able to describe the most common arc flash hazards and risk factors, as well as demonstrate your knowledge regarding possible injuries and emergency response measures. Finally, the correct use of personal protective equipment is also part of your training.

Employees who work on or near electrical equipment on a daily basis should re-take this course every year. Arc flash accidents can cause severe and even fatal injuries, which is why exposed workers should undergo continuous training and familiarize themselves with the latest safety requirements.

Arc Flash Safety Training if often paired with Powerline Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, and Lockout/Tagout.

To consult an extensive list of safety courses most suited for your specific line of work, please visit our industry-related pages and select your job. The recommended bundle will include training designed to prepare you for all hazards associated with your work environment, all for a discounted price.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1

Introduction to Arc Flash Safety

In this module you will learn how electricity works, what an Arc Flash is and the typical causes of an Arc Flash as well as possible hazards and injuries based on the severity of the Arc Flash and also the Employer & Worker Responsibilities in the workplace.

2

Hazard Control Measures and Incident Reduction Methods

In this module we will discuss the hazard control measures, risk assessment, which equipments can be used to prevent arc flashes as well as methods for incident reduction.

3

PPE Requirements and Electrical Safety Program

Throughout this presentation we will cover basic safety procedures for Arc Flash, including PPE requirements and electrical safety program, that every worker who works on, or near equipment at risk for arc flash, should be aware of.

WHY CHOOSE eSafetyFirst

Hassle-free online training

eSafetyFirst is a convenient, hassle-free online training solution for anyone who needs fast Arc Flash Safety training or re-training. This course isn’t your average, bland workplace safety course that workers forget.

Each module is engaging, memorable, and fun! Workers can finish the course AND exam the SAME DAY or go at their own pace. Employers benefit from our bulk pricing and fast, simple training.

Employees can get their practice out of the way fast and have fun doing it!

Employer Discounts

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