Training - RED.pngAbsolute Testing Services offers electrical training courses with an emphasis on safety in the workplace for electricians, building engineers, plant operators, qualified and non-qualified maintenance personnel.  Our instructors have years of experience in the industry that includes engineering, acceptance testing, maintenance and troubleshooting of electrical systems. Training classes can be provided at your site, an alternate venue, or in our Absolute training center. Absolute Testing is an accredited member of NETA (International Electrical Testing Association). Our curriculum provides an unbiased approach to manufacturer’s, NETA, IEEE, NEMA and Absolute’s best practices in electrical safety, maintenance, and electrical testing. 


NFPA 70E Electrical Hazards 

Electrical safety training in the workplace is a requirement by OSHA and is the employer’s responsibility for identifying and training both qualified and unqualified personnel. Absolute provides training on utilizing and understanding NFPA 70E as a guide on how to operate safely around electrical equipment. Absolute offers training for your personnel with options of a ½ day, full day, or 2-day training class. Training topics include how to identify electrical hazards, probability of injuries that can occur, understanding arc flash warning labels, working on equipment with or without arc flash labels, how to confirm that equipment is safe to work on utilizing test equipment and selection of proper personal protective equipment (PPE).

Owner’s Training/First Responders 

Owner’s training provides classroom and hands-on training of your electrical system and is designed specifically for your qualified and unqualified maintenance personnel that operate, maintain, and respond to outages and emergencies. Absolute Owners training covers personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety protocols using NFPA 70E, identifying electrical issues, powering up or down your electrical and backup power systems, isolating parts of your system for safety and maintenance, understanding how to read meters, breakers, and relay settings, operating arc reduction safety systems, and basics about troubleshooting and emergency energy management.

Low Voltage Motors 

Motors are used in all kinds of industrial and commercial applications from pumps, conveyors, HVAC equipment and manufacturing equipment applications. We will discuss various types of motors including AC induction and synchronous motors, as well as DC motors. Absolute’s training class will include the basics of motors, understanding nameplate data, overload, phase loss and circuit protection, across the line reversing and full voltage non-reversing starters, Soft Starters, and VFD motor controls, windings and insulation testing, basic maintenance, and predictive maintenance testing information.