The Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) has announced a new AIA-approved webinar in their TAB Talk series to take place on January 18, where Terry Becker, P.Eng., shares a brief overview of electrical hazard identification/classification for low voltage energized electrical work tasks will be provided reviewing the key requirements of the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace as a toolbox to eliminate exposure or reduce risk to as low as reasonably practicable when energized electrical works are required to be completed.
- Identify when a Qualified Person will be exposed to electric shock and what the immediate and long-term effects are.
- Identify when a Qualified Person may be exposed to an abnormal arcing fault and arc flash and the immediate effects.
- Gain an understanding of the key requirements of the NFPA 70E, 2021 Edition, and how they are applied for electrical hazard identification and risk reduction.
- Learn what arc flash and shock PPE, tools & equipment can be applied to reduce risk.
Webinar Title: Electrical Safety Basics: Arc Flash & Shock Hazards
When: January 18, 2022, 2:00 PM Eastern / 1:00 PM Central / 12:00 PM Mountain / 11:00 AM Pacific
Registration Link: https://www.aabc.com/electrical-safety-basics-reg/
Presenters: Terry Becker, P.Eng., TW Becker
Continuing Education Credits: AIA 1 LU
Who Should Attend: Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing Professionals; Commissioning Providers; Energy Managers; andBuilding Owners & Facility Managers.
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AABC is a nonprofit association of qualified independent test and balance (TAB) agencies that establishes industry standards for the field measurement and documentation of HVAC systems and provides education, technical training, and certification for its members.