Electrical Safety Training Focusing on Low-Voltage and High-Voltage Systems

Praxis has earned an international reputation for providing training that provides practical skills that can be used directly On-The-Job . All Praxis trainers are Journeymen Linemen or Master Electricians and most trainers are also Electrical Engineers. We have the technical knowledge and practical skills to customize our training to the specific needs of your organization.

High-Voltage Safety

We are qualified to teach and work on systems ranging from 4,160 volt motor circuits in an industrial facility to 765,000 volt transmission substations. We have special skills in the areas of Personal Protective Grounding and High Voltage Lockout/Tagout. For advanced students, we also provide training on Protective Relaying and Troubleshooting High Voltage systems.


National Electrical Code (NEC)
The NEC (a.k.a. NFPA 70) is a Design and Installation standard that covers electrical systems included in commercial and industrial faclities. Key aspects of the NEC for industrial applications include Grounding and Bonding and Overcurrent Protective Devices. Given that most of the NEC relates to Residential applications, Praxis customizes the training to address only the applicable elements to your facility.

The National Fire Protection Administration (NFPA) 70E is generally accepted as an industry “Best Practice” in Electrical Safety. The NFPA 70E is the “Safe Work Practice” standard and, in combination with the design practices in the NEC, constitutes the full-range of protection for electrical workers. A central component of the NFPA 70E is the Qualified Electrical Worker (QEW) requirements and Praxis will assist your organization in developing the processes necessary to ensure your employees meet QEW requirements for the systems on which they work.

Do you need a "hybrid" class covering unusual topics? We will customize any of our classes at no additional charge!