Energized Electrical Work Permit (NFPA 70E)

Preparing for Work

  • The requirements of NFPA 70E, the “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace”
  • The skills and responsibilities required of the qualified person
  • Using the proper personal protective equipment
  • The importance of using a job briefing and planning checklist to prepare for the task

The Energized Electrical Work Permit

  • Learn about procedures for completing the energized electrical work permit
  • When the permit is required
  • Information that must be included on the permit
  • Who is identified on the permit
  • What happens to the permit after it is completed and approved

Additional NFPA 70E Requirements

  • Learn about other safe measures to follow before, during, and after work is completed.
  • Identifying power sources before beginning work
  • Setting, marking, and following the flash protection boundary
  • Wearing the proper personal protective equipment
  • Warning labels and signs
  • What to do when the job is completed
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