Safety Training

Safety Training for E Light Electric


Employee Training Requirements
This is an except from the SHEP Training Requirments Policy. You can view the entire document by clicking on the Safety Manual button in the Menu.

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
ALL EMPLOYEES
All Employees shall complete the following safety training:
• New Hire Orientation at Hire
• Site Orientation upon assignment to a site.
• Asbestos Awareness Training- Annually
• Lead Based Products Awareness Training- Annually
• Valley Fever Awareness Training- Annuallyif assigned to a Solar Field Project
• Safety, Health and Environmental Updates Training- As needed
• Topical Safety Briefings- Weekly
• Job Hazard Analysis Briefings- Daily
• Specific Task Training- As Needed
• Supplemental Safety Training- As Needed

MANAGEMENT and SUPERVISION
All management and supervision employees shall complete the following additional
training programs:
• E University Module Plan of Tomorrow Meeting and The E Light Way
• E University Module Introduction to Lean Construction
• E University Module Last Planner Method of Construction Management
• Safety Training Module Introduction to Electrical Safety- Annually
• E University Module Understanding Sexual Harassment- Annually
• Drug Awareness and Substance Abuse Recognition Training- Annually
• Defensive Driving- Annually


Valley Fever Awareness Program (Required for Assingment to Solar Project )

Avoiding Heat Related Injuries

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Annual Required Safety Training High Heat

E Light employees are required to complete this module once per year or attend a classroom Valley Fever Awareness class each year if they are assigned to a solar field project of if they anticipate they will be assigned to a solar field poroject. 
This module explains the hazards of working outdoors and how to avoid heat related injuries.

Asbestos and Lead Based Product Awareness Training

Annual Silica Hazard Awareness Training

Annual Required Safety Training

Annual Required Safety Training

E Light Electric employees are required to complete this module once per year or attend a classroom silica awareness class each year.

Required Global Harmonization System Training for the New HazComm Requirements

Forklift Safety Module

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Safety Training

E Light Electric employees are required to complete this module prior to Dec. 1, 2013 or attend classroom training before that date

This module covers the safe operation of forklifts on construction projects.
E Light Electric Employees must successfully complete this module before operating a Forklift on an E Light Electric job site.
 

Safe operation of a Utility Type Vehicle (UTV) "Buggy"

Safe Operation of a Skid Steer

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Safety Training

E Light Electric Employees must successfully complete this module before operating a Skid Steer on an E Light Electric job site.
E Light Electric Employees must successfully complete this module before operating a UTV on an E Light Electric job site.

Basic Rigging

Basic Introduction to Fall Protection and Ladder Safety

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Safety Training

 

OSHA Regulations for Hand and Power Tools

Ramset Powder Actuated Tool Safety (Required before operating a Power Actated Tool)

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Safety Training

You can now earn your Ramset Powder Actuated Safety Certification online. Click on image above to go to the Ramset website, Click on 'BEGIN THE COURSE' in the lower right hand portion of the web page. Take the test at the end of the presentation. You will then be given instructions on how to obtain your card. Once you have completed the course and received your card, send a copy to the E Light Electric Office, attention Jim Smith at jsmith@elightelectric.com.
This module covers CFR 1926 Subpart I - Hand and Power Tools

Introduction to Electrical Safety

Introduction to NFPA 70E and Arc Blast

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Electrical Energized Work Temporary Certification (Required for all Journeyman Level Field Employees until such time as they can complete the Classroom Energized Electrical Training Program)

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This module explains the hazards of energized electrical work, the NFPA 70E, the Electrical Safety Program and how to mitigate electrical hazards.
There are two portions associated with this module:
1)- Electrical Safety Policy
2)- NFPA 70E Introduction
You must score 80% on the test associated with each portion in order to obtain a Certificate of Completion.
Completing this certification will allow you to work on energized parts as a Journeyman Electrician until such time as you can complete the next available Energized Work Practices Class.