Our professional trainers, bring up-to-date and relevant content, to educate your workforce and leave you feeling confident in your team.
"I would strongly recommend
anybody take this course...
It could save your life."
John Russell - Black and MacDonald
How we keep the class engaged...
FOCUS ON WHAT'S IMPORTANT
Workers who are exposed to arc flash and shock hazards want to know 3 things. How could this happen to me? What would be the consequences? And what can I do to prevent it? That's it plain and simple. We only teach what the end user wants to know.
DELIVER WITH STORYTELLING
Everyone loves a good story and that's exactly what you get with Leaf's training courses. Stories that relate to your unique situation, that touch the heart, and that really drive home the key concepts with regards to electrical safety.
Why people love it...
Very often people leave raving reviews about our beautiful presentation and captivating slides. We had our presentation professionally designed to increase knowledge transfer and user engagement.
INSTRUCTORS WHO CARE
Every great course comes with a great trainer. Our trainers understand how to read a room, engage with the audience and make sure everyone get's the most out of the experience as possible.
What our courses cover
What is electric shock & what effects can it on the body?
What is an arc flash, how can it happen, and what could happen to me if exposed to one?
Reviewing the jobs at real work sites that expose workers to these hazards (identifying hazards)
What are we going to do about it (Understanding where our policies come from... standards & regulations)?
Employer responsibilities vs employee responsibilities
Authorization levels and defining a qualified worker.
The most effective risk assessment procedures for shock and arc flash
Other strategies for controlling the hazards
The steps in establishing an electrically safe work condition
Proper inspection, use and maintenance of specific personal protective equipment.
The keys to properly using specific tools and equipment.
The steps to properly complete an electrical job briefing.
Defining energized work and when to use an energized work permit.
Emergency response for electrical incidents.
Reviewing case studies.