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Rozel Training Service Options
Shock & Arc Flash Safety Training
Electrical Maintenance Training
Train the Trainer
8hr and 4hr arc flash safety training classes offered. Not only is electrical safety training a requirement by OSHA and NFPA 70E but it should be required by you as well. The ultimate goal is to help ensure everyone goes home safe. Rozel provides cost effective high quality arc flash safety training from NFPA certified trainers. Training can be performed at your facility or find an offsite class near you. See our events page for our offsite training dates and locations. .
A well-trained technician can swiftly diagnose malfunctioning equipment, determine a course of action, and repair the equipment correctly the first time. The untrained technician unnecessarily replaces costly parts, must wait for technical support from engineering, supervisors equipment manufactures.
- Medium Voltage
- OSHA 1910.269
- Electrical Safety Policies
- Customized training
- Safety Audits
- Hands-on demonstrations
Arc Flash Safety Training | Shock Safety Training – 8hr & 4hr
If your workers test, troubleshoot or voltage measure electrical equipment — then arc flash training is a requirement.
Rozel provides affordable, high quality NFPA 70E-based, Shock & Arc Flash electrical safety training. Let our NFPA certified electrical safety training professionals at Rozel get you compliant. Not only do we spend time discussing NFPA 70E but we also cover OSHA electrical training. We will teach OSHA 1910 Subpart S standards and how to practice the techniques outlined in NFPA 70E which will keep you safe when working on or near energized electrical equipment.
On site, interactive NFPA 70E-based training by certified instructors. Contact us to schedule your arc flash classes.
Live Virtual Training Rozel is currently offering virtual training as a safe alternative to on-site training. Your group of students enter into our virtual classroom from their cell phone or computer. Times and dates are open now. See our live online training page for a complete course description and more details.
Training protects employees and investments.
Brian Hall, Rozel’s head trainer, is NFPA certified and nuclear trained and qualified. Brian personalizes his classes to each audience and situation. Arc flash training classes are hands-on and classes are interactive to ensure the highest level of retention possible.
An electrical technician who can systematically troubleshoot and safely repair their plant’s equipment will ultimately add to their organizations’ bottom line.
Rozel provides certified basic electrical safety training that is customized and interactive – providing your workers with a very high retention rate. Workers with proper electrical training keep plant operations and equipment running smoothly.
The costs of not having properly trained electrical technicians
The untrained technician unnecessarily replaces costly parts, must wait for technical support from engineering, the supervisory staff, or the equipment manufactures’ support organization. This wastes valuable time and money. In some cases, the equipment gets damaged because parts are installed incorrectly, or the workmanship is substandard.
Rozel has designed this electrical safety class which will give your technicians the skills and knowledge they need to become safe and technically proficient. This two-day course begins with fundamental electrical concepts and ends with advanced electrical maintenance theory and troubleshooting skills.
Who Should Attend
This is a hands-on course is taught by Brian Hall, a nuclear industry trained and qualified electrical maintenance instructor. Brian has designed the course to specifically meet the needs of electrical technicians, supervisors, managers and engineers who are directly responsible for the repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial plant electrical equipment.
Train the Trainer
What is TTT?
The Rozel Train the Trainer program is specifically designed to give qualified individuals the tools and techniques necessary to competently provide a technically accurate and engaging NFPA 70E based electrical safety course to others within their organization. This comprehensive training program provides you with a complete turn-key course. We provide you with lesson material that has been developed by our recognized industry experts then guide you through presenting it in a manner that is engaging and ensures maximum retention. Become someone that can conduct arc flash safety training today!
Expected Qualifications Prior to Attending
Prior to attending the Rozel Train-the-Trainer Course, individuals are expected to have basic knowledge in four competency areas including:
- General knowledge of electrical concepts and theories
- General knowledge of electrical safety concepts and standards such as NFPA 70E, OSHA 1910 Subpart S and the National Electric Code.
- Working knowledge of industrial electrical equipment such as switch gear, motor control centers, disconnect switches, etc.
- General Microsoft Office knowledge. We want you to be able to make our training your training, this might include adding pictures, changing wording, etc.
What to expect from the Rozel Train-the-Trainer Course
This three-day course will start by building a strong electrical safety foundation. Our course provides the attendee with a detailed explanation of OSHA electrical safety training requirements.
We then take the attendees on a deep dive into the safety-related work practices of NFPA 70E. Our expert instructor will not only explain the concepts in the standard but explain how to implement them in real world situations through examples, industry events and personal experience.
Because our course is designed and taught by a trained and qualified nuclear power electrical instructor with years of experience in front of classrooms, the course will cover key principles of adult education. Our course will explain basic educational techniques that will ensure your students receive a presentation that is informative engaging and ensures maximum retention of the material presented.
What is included to ensure my success?
Our course provides the instructor with a complete turn-key training course that can be presented anytime, anywhere and as many times as needed. Here is what is included:
- Comprehensive NFPA 70E based lesson material that includes a PowerPoint presentation and accompanying instructor’s guide.
- Student training manual that allows students to follow along with the lesson material, keep notes and use for reference during their daily work activities.
- Comprehensive student exam given at the conclusion of the course.
- Unlimited access to our educational team. Have a question concerning a concept or portion of the lesson material? Pick-up the phone or send us an email we are always here to answer your questions.
This three-day course will explain how to keep workers safe from shock and arc flash hazards by providing them with effective electrical safety training.
When: March 15-17, 2022
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm each day
Place: Crowne Plaza Cleveland Airport Hotel 7230 Engle Rd, Middleburg Heights, OH 4413
Contact Joe Weissenburger for additional details
Additional Rozel Training Services
This medium voltage course (601V – 69kV) will provide the workers with the knowledge and skill that will allow them to recognize the shock and arc flash hazards that they encounter in their daily work activities.
At the completion of the training the students will understand the decision-making process necessary to assess the associated risk, perform job safety planning, select the appropriate risk control methods, including PPE, lock-out / tag-out and grounding requirements.
What others say about Rozel
Brian presented the 70E 8-hr class very professionally. the course moved at a good pace and was a welcome improvement from looking at tables and powerpoint slides. He included live person interaction with training props, which hopefully will benefit our staff in their daily work.
Doing business with Rozel was easy and concise.
Our employees were engaged by physically performing a live-dead-live test and creating an electrically safe condition. I highly recommend Rozel
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