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NFPA 70E Requires demonstration and documentation that an employee is qualified to work on electrical equipment. Craft Electric & Maintenance can help you achieve compliance through our Electrical Safety Training Programs and Assessment of your employees.

Qualified Person(s) Training and Skills Assessment

Our programs are designed by our staffed NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) and to follow NFPA 70 E Article 110.

Objective: Provide the necessary training that will enable a qualified person to implement the safety-related work practices and procedures required by NFPA 70E (2018). This training is recommended for those who access electrical equipment, controllers, machines, or devices where exposure to energized electrical conductors and circuit parts exist.


To provide qualified individuals with safety-related work practices and procedural requirements.



Three-hour classroom / lecture format with exam. Followed up by 30 to 45 minutes of one on one or with two (Buddy system) hands-on task oriented training per qualified individual.



3.5 hours total per individual – but one on one or two time is staged through the day.

Class Size

Typically, 10 to 12 qualified individuals are a full one-day session. Each of these individuals receive an estimated 30 to 45 minutes of individual instruction/assessment.

*** The recommended training program for qualified individuals is the Arc Flash Hazard Awareness session followed by the Qualified Persons Training and Skills Assessment. The combination of these two classes builds the qualified individuals knowledge base on the hazards of the electrical system and the knowledge to perform designated tasks safely.

The intent of this training is to establish an electrically safe working condition.

Schedule Training Now

Please call now to schedule a meeting with our NFPA – Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) for a consultation on training and Arc Flash Analysis. 770-979-9293 or info@craftelectricinc.com

Just Wanted to Say Thanks

I just wanted you to know that we lost power due to a fuse blowing on the Georgia Power side. We did not suffer any major effects because of this. The breakers did trip and we did not burn up any motors or drives. In the past we did have a lot of the items go bad due to losing a leg. I attribute this to the service you and your company provided for us. We are also seeing where breakers are tripping out and not our switch gear, which is what we want. I have relayed this to our owner and he was impressed. Once again I just wanted to say thanks for you and your excellent service. Please use us as a sounding board anytime.

W. Scott Couch
Maintenance Manager / Athens & Macon, GA
McCann Aerospace

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Our plant has partnered with Craft Electric & Maintenance since 1990. The approach they take with serving our needs is second to none. Whether we are installing new equipment and controls, cleaning and maintaining existing equipment or outfitting a new production facility, we know that Craft understands our unique requirements. We highly recommend Craft Electric & Maintenance.

Thomas R. | Plant Director

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We recently engaged with Craft Electric & Maintenance for ARC Flash safety training for our manufacturing plant electrical staff members. We had very high expectations going into the training and we were very pleased with the subject matter, training staff and program overall. We highly recommend working with Craft Electric & Maintenance on regular safety training.

Adam D. | Safety Director

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It has been our experience with Craft Electric & Maintenance that their staff, service, training and advice have always been reliable and backed by a long-term expertise as an Industrial Electrical Contractor. We rely on them for not only our 24/7 operations but equally as important, for the safety of our employees.

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