If you, your facility or maintenance staff, or your outside contractors ever work on your facility electrical system, you need to know what is required to work safely.
Please join us for the upcoming NFPA 70E 2015:
Electrical Safe Work Practices Seminar.
This course is an important part of meeting NFPA's requirement for training qualified personnel on safe work practices and how to implement them. During the seminar, we will cover an overview of the changes within the NFPA 70E 2015 Standard for Electrical Safety.
In addition, we will discuss:
* What is an Arc Flash?
* Flash Protection Boundary & Limits of Approach
* Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
* NFPA Methods of Selecting PPE
NFPA 70E 2015:
Electrical Safe Work Practices Seminar
Date: November 12th
Time: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Fee: $250 per attendee
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
(Breakfast and Lunch will be provided)
French Gerleman Customer Center
2023 Westport Center Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
P.O. Box 26322
Fenton, MO 63026
636-343-1211 ext. 162
*Registration Deadline 10/31
About the Instructor:
Joseph Gierlach, Jr
This workshop series will be conducted by Joseph D. Gierlach Jr., the Vice President of Technical Training and Support for TEGG.
Mr. Gierlach has obtained broad technical knowledge and has benefited from a wide range of experiences. He spent 4 years in the United States Air Force as an Aerospace Ground Support Equipment Technician and has performed testing and electrical maintenance in various mine and plant locations. Mr. Gierlach is skilled with process controls, DCS and DDS systems, PLC process design, installation, programming, and commissioning. He has written several articles related to technical issues, electrical maintenance, and technical training. He is an ITC Level III Certified Thermographer and has obtained a UE Systems Level II Airborne Ultrasound Certification.
As Vice President of Technical Training and Support, Mr. Gierlach is responsible for the development and implementation of TEGG's Operations Initial Training program. He is a classroom instructor for operations and technical sales education programs, develops "hands-on" technical experiments to simulate real-world deficiencies, and provides on-site field support for network locations