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Learn to recognize, define, understand, and avoid electrical hazards and risks with our Electrical Safety Training Courses. Courses are prescheduled at multiple dates and locations. Click on a course page to view available class locations and dates.

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Electrical Safety Training Courses from the Experts

JM Test Systems Electrical Safety Training Courses translate OSHA and NFPA 70E regulations into terms you can use, and our experts show you how to put them into practice. All of the precepts and concepts of electrical safety are carefully explained, and both classroom and hands-on sessions assure that the skills and knowledge can be demonstrated to meet OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements.

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Meet Our Instructors
Craig Nelson Electrical Specialist CESCP and CESW Certified
CRAIG NELSON
Electrical Specialist
CESCP, CESW Certified

Craig Nelson is employed by JM Test Systems as an Electrical Specialist. His duties include technical support of the electrical test equipment and instruments sold, rented, calibrated or serviced by JM Test Systems. This support includes operation, applications and troubleshooting electrical equipment, and safety aspects of electrical testing. He also provides formal training in OSHA and NFPA 70E compliant electrical safety, and a variety of electrical test equipment- and trade-related subjects.

His qualifications and certifications include Journeyman Power Generation Electrician, Master Electrician – General Construction, U.S. Navy Construction Force (SEABEE) Master Chief Construction Electrician, Certified Electrical Safety Worker (CESW), Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) and Level III Metrologist, along with extensive, wide-ranging studies and course work in the electrical field.

His experience includes overhead and underground line work in the power industry, power plant and substation maintenance, electrical testing and troubleshooting, and many other aspects of power generation, transmission and distribution work, and field experience with a very wide range of electrical test equipment and instruments.

Craig is a former power plant electrical foreman, electrical contractor, power systems test equipment applications engineer, calibration and service manager for electrical test equipment and instruments, manufacturing engineering manager, electrical safety and trade skills instructor, and retired U.S. Navy Seabee master chief with over 50 years of wide-ranging experience in the electrical industry.

Doug Nuley Electrical Safety Training Specialist
DOUG NUNLEY
Training Specialist

Mr. Nunley was trained by the United States Air Force as an Electrical Craftsman. This career field encompasses AC and DC applications as well as high and low voltage work standards. During his training Mr. Nunley learned pole climbing, line construction, underground line construction, overhead distribution, transmission lines, pole setting, generators, transformers, electrical theory, emergency airfield lighting, and circuitry.

After his training Mr. Nunley worked for Lone Star Steel as a high voltage electrician working on energized and deenergized circuits ranging from 69 KV to 4160KV and below, his job was to maintain plant electrical systems while doing transformer inspections for the plant. Line construction and demolition of existing lines, manhole inspections and the removal of asbestos in those man holes, cable racking in man holes, high voltage cable splicing and switch gear repair.

For the past 18 years he has been an electrician with the Air Force Reserve in Louisiana for the 307th Red Horse Squadron and was the shop supervisor for six of those years, his job was to train incoming airmen in the squadron to be proficient in the electrical career field by training (teaching) electricians. The curriculum is the same as when trained by the Air Force training schools and as a result airmen learn more skills to attain higher skill levels. Now retired from the Air Force Reserves and after working for Shermco Industries for 9 years he now works for JM Test Systems as a training specialist.