Mallory Safety Brings e-Hazard NFPA 70E (LV) Training to You.

Bringing you the Best In Class Training for NFPA 70E, e-Hazard.com is the defacto standard of excellence. Brought to you by Mallory Safety Training, a division of Mallory Safety & Supply,

August 26th – Portland, OR – Click to Register

August 28th – Seattle, WA – Click to Register

Course Information:

Low Voltage Qualified (LV) is a practical, engaging one-day seminar on NFPA 70E and OSHA electrical safety requirements.
  • Cost of training:  $350 / person****

    ****Special Discount for Mallory Safety & Supply VIP Customer.  Attend our FR-EXPO on Day 2 and  receive $50.00 off your NFPA 70E Tuition.

    Plus, special FR-EXPO Show Discounts, exclusive to Friends of Mallory Safety and Supply

  • Best in Class Expert Instruction
  • NFPA 70E-2012 Standard ($54.00 value)
  • e-Hazard student manual ($40.00 value)
  • Certificate of Completion – 8 hour**
  • Continental Breakfast, Snacks and Lunch Served.

**  Certain courses are approved for continuing education credit for electricians in AK, AL, DE, FL, ID, KY, LA, MT, NC, NE, NJ, NM, OH, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI and WY, and courses are accepted by most states for Professional Development Hours for electrical engineers.  Contact e-Hazard for more details.

Who Should Attend?

  • Safety directors
  • Electrical contractors
  • Maintenance electricians
  • Linemen
  • Owners
  • Managers
  • Supervisors

What You Will Learn:

  • One NFPA 70E page cuts your PPE training by 75%.  This one concept can fool-proof and simplify your PPE approach
  • Two Common places for an Arc Flash
  • Three misunderstood NFPA 70E concepts
  • Four fixable things you don’t know about your electrical system that could wreck your plant
  • Seven Electrical Safe Work Habits
  • Full, practical understanding of the NFPA 70E and great ideas from trainers who have implemented it!

Breaking News for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the WorkplaceThere are some big changes happening in the 2015 Edition of the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and you can study the new standard in detail as of this week.

The 2015 standard is now available to download on the NFPA website. The printed book is available to order but won’t be shipped until October, 10.

Some of the major changes for the 2015 version of the NFPA standard are the following:

  • The phrase “hazard analysis” has been replaced with “risk assessment” to enhance awareness.
  • The elimination of Hazard Risk Category 0 to only show requirements where arc-rated clothing is required.
  • References to the phrase Hazard Risk Category (HRC) have been removed in favor of the term Arc Flash PPE Category.
  • A substantial revision of the PPE table with the goal of simplifying the selection process for the correct personal protective equipment.
  • Removal of the Prohibited Approach Boundary.

These are just a sample of the many changes featured in the 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E. It’s an extremely important standard, and one that helps to protect workers from decidedly dangerous electrical hazards. Download it today, read it and learn it. It’s too important not to.

FR Coveralls with 80 Years of Experience Behind Them

National SAfety Apparel LogoNational Safety Apparel has been in the business of protective clothing for a long time, nearly 80 years as a matter of fact. Those eight decades have helped NSA hone its skills when it comes to creating high-quality workwear that is both comfortable and safe.

The latest from NSA are Dual Hazard Contractor Coveralls, which offer protection from both arc flash and flash fire. The Coveralls are compliant with NFPA 70E-2012 and certified to NFPA 2112-2012. They have an ATPV of 8.6 cal/cm2, which meets Hazard Risk Category 2. All of this means that they are ideal for use by utility workers, construction workers, in the oil and gas industry, or anywhere else where flash fires and arc protection are a concern.

Navy Blue CoverallsContractor Coveralls Features:

  • Made from a 7-oz twill blend of cotton (88%) and high-tenacity nylon (12%)
  • Available in either zipper or snap front style
  • Reinforced front and back pockets and side pass-through pockets
  • Action back allows for a full range of motion
  • Large leg openings fit over work boots
  • Flame-resistant hook-and-loop wrist closures
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Finding quality workwear is a concern for those whose safety depends on it. NSA has been in the business for a mighty long time, and has built a solid reputation in the process.

Exciting New FR Stuff from Ergodyne

logoErgodyne had a pretty big announcement in early April. The innovators in personal protective gear are expanding their awesome CORE Performance Work Wear line to include the addition of several new pieces of flame-resistant apparel.

You can bet that the new stuff will be comfortable and breathable. CORE Performance Work Wear FR is made with Tecasafe Plus and PyroSafe.

Two base layer options meet Hazard Risk Category 1, while five outerwear options provide Hazard Risk Category 2 protection. It all meets the FR requirements of ASTM F1506 and the outerwear options are certified to NFPA 2112. Each apparel piece includes a convenient FR Tech Tag that details compliance standards, classifications and proper laundering.

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7425 Crew Neck Long Sleeve

“We are firm believers that FR clothing doesn’t have to uncomfortable, smelly, hot or boring,” said Ergodyne president and CEO Tom Votel in a recent press release. “Because of these principles, we couldn’t be more proud (to launch) our new line of FR apparel. (It is) made from the best fabric technologies on the planet with exceptional performance-enhancing designs and some swagger to boot, our new flame-squelching gear provides dual-certified protection while looking and feeling great.”

There are plenty of new apparel choices in the CORE Performance Work Wear FR line. Several options let workers wear the apparel in a variety of conditions and applications. Here’s what Ergodyne has to offer:

  • 7415 Base Layer Long Sleeve Shirt
  • 7470 Base Layer Shorts
  • 7425 Crew Neck Long Sleeve Shirt
  • 7430 Henley Long Sleeve Shirt
  • 7440 Hooded Fleece Pullover Sweatshirt
  • 7445 Hooded Fleece Pullover Sweatshirt
  • 7490 Unlined Coveralls

The new line of flame-resistant apparel isn’t quite ready to order. But Ergodyne plans to make the cool stuff available by April 30.