Facility Results Branches Out Across the Country with NFPA 70E Workshops

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Facility Results (http://www.facilityresults.com) is taking its popular NFPA 70E 2012 Workshop on the road. On September 28, 2012, Facility Results is partnering with Stetson Electric of North Las Vegas to deliver a four-hour NFPA 70E 2012 Workshop for identifying and minimizing hazards due to electrical shock and arc flash. The introduction of these open-seating workshops marks a major expansion in Facility Results’ training efforts, which have previously focused on company-hosted training. Now individuals and companies can sign up to attend these regional, on-demand workshops as they are scheduled throughout the year.

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...These regional NFPA 70E 2012 Workshops are an excellent and affordable way for individuals and companies to stay on top of new and changing electrical safety specifications in the standard and in the field. ─Bryan Rupert, Co-founder, Facility Results

Safety knows no bounds, which is why Facility Results is taking its popular NFPA 70E 2012 Workshop on the road, beginning this month. Through partnerships with local businesses at various Workshop destinations across the country, Facility Results is spreading the word on the correct and efficient use of NFPA 70E for identifying and minimizing hazards due to electrical shock and arc flash in the workplace. This month, Facility Results is headed to Las Vegas where the company will partner with Stetson Electric of North Las Vegas to deliver a NFPA 70E 2012 Workshop on September 28.    

The introduction of these four-hour, open-seating workshops marks a major expansion in Facility Results’ training efforts, which have previously focused on company-hosted, site-specific training. Now in cities across the country, from east to west, individuals and companies can sign up to attend these regional, on-demand workshops as they are scheduled throughout the year.

“Most employers and contractors want to stay current on the NFPA 70E standard, but not all can afford the time and expense of bringing consultants into their places of business,” explains Bryan Rupert, co-founder and lead consultant at Facility Results. “These regional Workshops are an excellent and affordable way for individuals and companies to stay on top of new and changing electrical safety specifications in the standard and in the field.”

Each NFPA 70E 2012 Workshop is delivered by two Facility Results trainers. All of the company’s trainers have extensive backgrounds in workplace safety and hands-on experience in subject matter ranging from the interaction of NFPA 70E and OSHA…to recognizing hazardous risk categories…to explaining the intent and limitations of personal protective equipment (PPE)…and more. Most importantly, a major part of Facility Results’ business is training and consulting, so Workshop trainers have what it takes to garner the attention and respect of workshop attendees who range from novice to very experienced.

For more information and to register for upcoming Workshops, visit http://www.facilityresults.com and click on the Training tab.

Founded in 2009 by Bryan and Kelly Rupert, Facility Results of Plymouth, Michigan, offers an extensive collection of electrical reliability and safety solutions in the form of products, services, and training. In addition to FlashTrack™, their flagship software for performing arc flash analyses, the company offers NFPA 70E table-based label solutions, an engineer-assisted arc flash compliance program, a turnkey-engineered arc flash program, electrical system maintenance services, comprehensive NFPA 70E training programs, and workplace safety placarding and poster downloads. Facility Results has conducted over 100 training sessions across the United States on the NFPA 70E Standard as well as OSHA training, including Lockout/Tagout, Confined Space Assessment, Asbestos Standards, and more. For information on Facility Results and/or its products and services, contact the company at 888.762.0090 or email info(at)FacilityResults(dot)com.

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