"I would strongly recommend anybody take this course. It could save your life."
- John Russel, Black & McDonald
What makes Leaf Electrical Safety so different?
When it comes to learning about arc flash and electrical safety, many people are so confused by the standards and regulations that they don’t know where to start. The Leaf Electrical Safety Arc Flash & Electrical Safety course helps people understand exactly what the hazards are and how they can mitigate them so they can concentrate on their jobs.
We know how hard it is to change old habits and we've helped hundreds of large and small companies teach their workforce about the dangers of electricity and the severity of an incident. And when you start to teach these concepts, your workforce starts working safer, your team members are converted into safety advocates and your company is a better place to work.
In the Arc Flash & Electrical Safety course, you will: 1. Learn proven techniques to reduce the risk of arc flash and electric shock incidents from occurring at your workplace. 2. See how to properly select, inspect and use the correct PPE, tools & equipment that are vital to an electrical workers success and 3. Apply the knowledge you and your team gains to make the entire working experience safer and more productive. Leaf Electrical Safety will give you the tools you need to make a change to your safety culture.
Arc flash and electrical safety best practices are not so much about following standards and regulations as they are about teaching workers what's important. People need to remember that it's their lives that are at stake, it's not the company or the government who are responsible, it's every individual who steps in front of a live panel or motor control center. Leaf Electrical Safety gears all their training toward the end user and makes sure every learner leaves the course with not only the critical information but with a new attitude toward arc flash and electric shock. One that will keep them safe.
"Always on point,
geared to the particular audience."
- Tom Coughlan, Marque Construction Limited
What's my investment?
How much is the cost of an incident? How long can you go without seriously injuring someone or worse having a fatality? How would your workforce feel about your company if they weren't given the safety training they need? How would you feel if you passed up on this opportunity and someone got hurt? A lack of safety training may end up costing you a great deal more than this investment.
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