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  • AVO Training Institute: Online Arc Flash Training

    AVO Training Institute: Online Arc Flash Training

    AVO Training Institute now offers Online Arc Flash Electrical Safety Training with NFPA 70E. Choose from 10 individual modules, each sold separately or purchase the Complete Course Series and get all 9 courses at once.

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  • AVO Training Institute: FREE Arc Flash Planning Kit

    AVO Training Institute: FREE Arc Flash Planning Kit

    Let AVO Training Institute build an effective Arc Flash Hazard Safety Program that meets OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements to enhance the protection of your employees and your company. Visit us and fill out a quick form to get a FREE Arc Flash Incident Energy Analysis Quote with Arc Flash Planning Kit.

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  • CBS ArcSafe® RSA-56C actuator

    CBS ArcSafe® RSA-56C actuator

    The CBS ArcSafe® RSA-56C actuator allows technicians to remotely close or open General Electric Q-Line molded case circuit breakers (MCCBs) from a safe distance while remaining stationed outside the arc-flash boundary. Compatible with all type THQD, THQDL, TQD, and TQDL GE Q-Line MCCBs with 2/3 poles and rated for 100-225A, this cost-effective solution keeps operators safe when compared to other arc-flash mitigation alternatives.


  • Electrical Incident Investigation

    This free webinar provides interim guidelines for electrical incident investigations in the absence of specific NFPA 70E standards, emphasizing the impact of investigator bias and promoting a multidisciplinary approach for more effective outcomes.

  • NFPA 70E 2024 Updates and Related Standards

    This free webinar will explore these standards and guide the industry on methods to implement this PPE effectively. Finally, the webinar concludes with a discussion of direct current (DC) from both an NFPA 70E and OSHA perspective.

  • How to Prevent Utility Worker Electrical Fatalities

    This free webinar will look at the electrical fatalities that occurred between 2011 and 2021 to understand which occupations are more likely to be involved in electrical fatality, the action that led to the fatality, the source of the electrical fatality, and what can be done to prevent utility worker electrical fatalities.