Nate Eaton brings a unique blend of instructor and practical experience to his role as the owner of Neat Support LLC, where he develops specialized training courses, teaches courses, and consults in various areas of electrical construction and training. Mr. Eaton holds an associate degree in Construction Electricity from Northwest State Community College. He is a graduate of the electrical training ALLIANCE’s VOLT Leadership Program, holds a Diploma as a Master/Trainer Instructor from the National Training Institute Instructor Training Program, and the Toledo Electrical JATC Apprenticeship Program. Additionally, Nate has completed the Dale Carnegie Training Program. Mr. Eaton has presented Wind Turbine Competent Climbing and Rescue nationally and has served as the keynote speaker for the Toledo Technology Academy’s Graduation Class of 2021. He is a State of Michigan Licensed Electrician, City of Toledo Licensed Electrician, and holds an Ohio Fire Alarm License.
Session: 70E updates/ electrical PPE
The 2024 edition of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, was published toward the end of 2023. The document was first published in 1979, and this will be the 13th edition. This document will continue to play a vital role in reducing injuries and fatalities from electrical hazards.
NFPA 70E states that retraining in safety-related work practices and applicable changes in this standard shall be performed at intervals not to exceed 3 years. This time frame is so employees can keep up to date with the triennial revision cycle of this important electrical safety standard. Participants of this 1-hour course will get a high level overview of the most significant changes that are related to the 2024 edition of the NFPA 70E standard.