Arc Flash & Shock Hazard Electrical Safety Training Classes

Brian Hall, BCH Electrical Safety Consulting in training classOnsite, interactive NFPA 70e®-based training by certified instructor

BCH Safety provides NFPA 70e®-based Arc Flash & Shock Hazard Electrical Safety Training classes to companies in need of protecting their employees and investments. Brian Hall, president, is NFPA certified and nuclear trained and qualified.

Brian personalizes his classes to each audience and situation and conducts hands-on, interactive classes to ensure the highest level of retention possible.


  • Drastically reduce chances of injuries and fatalities
  • Abate risk of OSHA fines and litigation due to non-compliance
  • Reduce chance of equipment damage due to arc flash blasts
  • Lessen potential production line downtime due to injuries or equipment failure.

Each class is 8 hours • Ready for class prices? Fill out form below!

Brian Hall conducting various electrical safety training | BCH Electrical Safety Consulting, Cleveland, Ohio

On Site Specific Electrical Safety Training

NFPA-70E electrical safety training

NFPA 70e® certified training by BCH Safety, Cleveland, Ohio.

Brian Hall, CESCP, an experienced and certified instructor, will come to your facility and provide the electrical safety training required by OSHA and NFPA 70e®.

Our training is designed to ensure that the material presented is understood and retained. This is why we include hands-on exercises, demonstrations and a written exam to verify knowledge transfer. We also provide all the necessary documents such as sign-in sheets, certificates of completion, and classroom copies of the most current NFPA 70E® edition.

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BCH class outline downloadable PDF

Arc Flash Hazard & Shock Hazard Safety Training estimate

  1. Step One: Please fill out form below.
  2. Step Two: A BCH representative will call you for details on class customizations and provide you with your final estimate.

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The Benefits of Onsite Electrical Safety Training

  • Eliminate personnel travel time and associated expense
  • Address your specific equipment and systems
  • You choose the course schedule – mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends
  • Customize course length by adjusting content covered
  • Customize course content to reinforce your safety policies and expectations
  • Courses are presented at the knowledge level of your personnel
  • Train all affected employees at once.
  • Have personnel available on site should an emergency situation arise
  • Ensure consistent training message for all of your personnel
  • Have privacy to discuss company specific concerns and questions
  • More affordable than offsite training
onsite electrical safety training