Our Services


AMP Quality Energy Services provides onsite training to meet the requirements of NFPA 70E and NFPA 70B. Whether your crew is hundreds of people or just a few we can accommodate and make the experience not only educational but interesting and fun for your team. While we typically use the following outlines for the NFPA 70E and NFPA 70B training we can develop programs specifically tailored to your needs. Have second or third shifts? No problem. Our instructors are available anytime, night or day.

70E Compliance Class


  • Differences between NFPA 70E and NFPA 70 (NEC)
  • How this works with OSHA
  • Purpose
  • Four protective strategies

Safety-Related Work Practices

  • Responsibility
  • Training requirements
  • Safety training
  • Type of training
  • Employee training
  • Safety program
  • Hazard/risk evaluation procedures
  • Job briefing
  • Working while exposed to electrical hazards
  • Energized electrical circuits and circuit parts
  • Working within boundaries
  • Electrical hazard analysis
  • Use of equipment
  • Rated for what is being tested
  • Inspection
  • Verification, testing for energized circuits

Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition

  • How/process
  • Six steps
  • Principle of LO/TO
  • Training
  • Plan
  • Control of energy
  • Identification
  • Voltage
  • Coordination

Work Involving Electrical Hazards

  • Justification
  • Approach boundaries
  • Energized work permit
  • Arc flash hazard analysis
  • Flash boundaries
  • PPE
  • Labeling
  • Other precautions
  • Alertness
  • Blind reaching
  • Illumination
  • Confined spaces
  • Housekeeping

General Maintenance Requirements

  • Qualified persons
  • One lines
  • Over-current devices
  • Space around electrical devices
  • Grounding and bonding
  • Grounding of energized conductors
  • Safety equipment
  • Clear spaces
  • Identification of components and circuits
  • Warning signs


  • Enclosure
  • Area enclosures
  • Conductors and insulation
  • Protective devices



Fuses and Circuit breakers

  • Fuses
  • Molded case circuit breakers
  • Testing

Rotating Machinery

Hazardous Locations


Portable Electrical Tools

Maintenance of PPE

70B Electrical Equipment Maintenance


What is an Effective Electrical Maintenance Program?

    • Introduction
    • Survey and analysis
    • Identification of critical equipment
    • Methods and procedures
    • System studies

Why an Effective Electrical Preventive Maintenance (EPM) Program Pays Dividends

  • EPM and energy conservation

Fundamentals of Electrical Equipment Maintenance

  • Scheduling maintenance
  • Acceptance testing
  • Designing to accommodate maintenance
  • Equipment cleaning
  • Equipment safety

Testing and Test Methods

  • Frequency of tests
  • As-found and As-left tests
  • Qualifications of test operators
  • Test equipment
  • Insulation testing
  • Low voltage circuit breaker
  • Insulated-case and molded-case circuit breakers
  • Motor control equipment
  • Motor overloads
  • Components and maintenance of motor controls
  • Contactors
  • Transformers
  • Protective relays
  • Battery systems
  • Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems
  • Switches
  • Cables
  • Switchgear and switchboard assemblies
  • Rotating equipment
  • Medium and high voltage circuit breakers
  • Infrared inspections

Hands-on Demonstration of Testing Equipment and Procedures.

  • Demonstrate proper use of test equipment
  • Demonstrate safe work practices of testing low voltage circuit breakers
  • Insulation resistance, contact resistance, and secondary injection of overcurrent protection.
  • Demonstrate safe rack-out practices for breakers

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304 Turney Ridge Rd
Somerville, AL 35670

41 Peabody Street
Nashville, TN 37210