The 2009 NFPA 70E® requires, in Article 110, that electrical workers be trained to select the appropriate voltage detector and shall demonstrate how to use a device to verify the absence of voltage.
You can meet that requirement and learn how to use a multimeter with this seminar. Attendees will receive a certificate showing that the voltage checking device demonstration requirement of the NFPA 70E® has been met!
Each student will be trained on the safe use of digital multimeters and will be required to demonstrate his or her ability to safely use a multimeter to test an electrical circuit for the absence of voltage.
In addition, the electrical fundamentals needed for competent use of digital multimeters will be explained during this seminar along with the differences between AC & DC, volts, amps, and ohms. The meaning of these terms will be covered in the most basic and simplest of terms.
The student will demonstrate to the instructor, as part of a final exam, the ability to safely use a digital multimeter to check for the absence of voltage.
This 2-day safety seminar is an excellent addition to your electrical safety training program.