Our Mission

To provide relevant and updated lineman training solutions
that focus on the best work practices in the electric
utility industry.

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OSHA Regulations

OSHA Changes Regulations for Electric Utility Industry!
Find out more about the regulations that are changing and
how it affects the T&D PowerSkills material.

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Testimonials

"The operations management team is very pleased with the
caliber of apprentices who have attended the T&D PowerSkills
classes. The management team attends each field testing and
are very satisfied with the apprentices' abilities."

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Specialty Packages

Packages suited for specialty environments include:
Electrical Cable Installer, Electrical Meter Installer, High
Voltage Substation, Troubleman, Telecommunications Crew

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Recently Updated

Distribution Line Replacement has recently been updated with
best-practices video, a new narrator, and 3D illustrations!

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More About T&D PowerSkills

About T&D PowerSkills

T&D PowerSkills is a comprehensive 78-title video and workbook based lineman training program geared to instruct electric utility lineworkers with up-to-date, safety-related work practices and technical skills related to the installation, maintenance, and removal of transmission and distribution systems.

The individual units can be structured to support any type of company-designed lineworker apprenticeship program from apprentice to journeyman level, and can be used as a four year, 8000 hour apprenticeship program.

Currently, over 200 utilities and powerline contractors use the T&D PowerSkills material.

                                                                       

Vision

To be recognized as the standard in lineman training

 

Mission

To provide relevant and updated lineman training solutions that focus on the best work practices in the electric utility industry

OSHA Enforcement Dates for Regulations related to ARC Flash Hazards

OSHA Enforcement Dates for Regulations related to ARC Flash Hazards

EEI and IBEW negotiated new compliance dates into OSHA’s timeline for enforcement of its updated standard. Among other areas, electric arc protection and FR clothing compliance dates have changed as outlined in EEI’s Exhibit C: 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V–Enforcement dates: