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Mobile Training Services

Safety Professional Training

This program is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and behavior of a safety professional so they can identify potential job site hazards and put mitigation controls in place.

Safety Excellence Program: Power Certificate

2+

Weeks of
Training

7.0

Continuing
Education Units

EPSE

Certification

SafetyEx

Safety Practicum

The final project of the course provides a unique opportunity for participants to exercise their new power delivery safety skills in a real world environment. During the Practicum, students will evaluate a mock job site to practice what they have learned. This is what makes our students some of the most effective and respected EPSE Certified professionals in the industry.

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CURRICULUM

The training combines classroom lecture and exercises with hands-on training, covering:

  • Electrical Grid
  • The Capacity Model
  • OSHA for Power Delivery
  • Safety Presentation
  • Working in Elevated Positions
  • OSHA Electrical Transmission and Distribution (ET&D) 11.5 hour
  • Working on Lines and Equipment
  • Ropes and Tensions*
  • Personal Protective Equipment*
  • Digger Derrick Safety™*
  • Electrical Devices*
  • Transformer Basics*
  • Jobsite Observations*
  • Grounding and Bonding Exercises*
  • Hot Stick Attachments*
  • Rubber Glove and Cover-up Strategies*

*Denotes field competency

MINIMUM ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must provide proof of the minimum enrollment requirements to be eligible for the Safety Excellence Program: Power Certificate under Path 1 or Path 2 as detailed below.

PATH 1:

  • Undergraduate degree in occupational safety and health, construction management, or similar area of study.
  • Is currently or expects to be employed part-time or full-time in construction with duties that require technical skills and knowledge in health and safety.
  • OSHA 30-Hour for Construction or General Industry.

PATH 2:

  • Must be employed part-time or full-time in construction with duties that require technical skills and knowledge in health and safety.
  • Three years of cumulative experience in construction with duties that required technical skills and knowledge in health and safety.
  • OSHA 30-Hour for Construction or General Industry.

Note: Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements may audit the program but will not receive a certificate.


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