Level 2 Technician Class

NFPA 70E Level 2: Electrical Safety - Oil Field Technicians Training & Certification

Training & Certification

Custom electrical safety and hazard training for Oil Field Technicians who are exposed to energized electrical equipment operating at not more than 1000 volts. To include field level electrical skill and performance evaluations and certification.

Certificates of completion as well as written documentation of completion of training with topics and a wallet card shall be provided for each person successfully completing each section of training.

Topics, hazards and equipment tailored to oil field electrical tasks, equipment, and specific hazards.

*ALL ELECTRICAL RELATED SAFETY TRAINING IS BASED UPON NFPA 7OE - ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE

Description of Service

DDA will provide classroom training on electrical safety for Oil Field Technicians, including electrical hazards, OSHA regulations and requirements, common electrical situations encountered, required PPE, and how to avoid electrical hazards 

Classroom Training Topics

  1. Electrical Hazards
  2. Power of electricity
  3. Effects of voltage and current on human tissue and organs
  4. Effects of voltage on current flow
  5. Effects of voltage on Arc Flash
  6. Basic Ohm’s Law Theory & Resistance
  7. Visual indication of electrical hazards
  8. Relationship of exposure to hazards & injury
  9. Different types of electrical hazards
  10. Construction and operation of electrical equipment
  11. Hazards associated with testing for voltage
  12. Effects of pressure on an enclosure
  13. Different types of electrical hazards
  14. Unknown electrical hazards
  15. Protective characteristics of PPE
  16. Electrical Lockout / Tagout
  17. Importance of communications

Skill Training & Evaluation Topics

  1. Determining existence of electrical hazards
  2. Avoiding electrical hazards
  3. Establishing an electrically safe work condition
  4. Testing for absence of voltage
  5. Selection & use of PPE for shock
  6. Selection & use of PPE for Arc
  7. Selection and use of tools
  8. Selection and use of test equipment
  9. Selection and use of procedures
  10. Inspection of electrical equipment
  11. Determining equipment degradation
  12. How to minimize exposure if exposure is required
  13. How to determine if equipment can be de-energized
  14. How to determine if equipment can be re-energized

Price Information

Classroom Electrical Safety Training:
~  6 Hours  ~

Rates apply per student:

$300.00 base fee for each student. Includes classroom and hands on training

Electrical Skill Verifications:


Electrical skill training and verifications take approximately 30 minutes per student after the classroom training.

Hands on using correct PPE, procedures and test equipment on energized equipment operating at various voltage levels from 24 VDC to 460 VAC three phase on Disconnects, panels and Pump Panels.

Students will receive a wallet card from Dan Dudley and Associates and a Hard Hat Sticker showing completion of the required training.

Complete documentation will be provided by email to the students company by Dan Dudley and Associates and will be kept on file by both Dan Dudley and Associates.

Skill / Performance evaluations to be performed utilizing either West Texas Safety Training Center Equipment or Dan Dudley and Associates Equipment.

*A RELEASE OF LIABILITY WILL BE REQUIRED OF EACH STUDENT PRIOR TO THE HANDS ON TRAINING

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