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There are many exciting things happening at TPC Training. Here are some of our latest news, events and industry items:

Top 10 OSHA Violations and How to Avoid Them

Posted by Jess | 10.03.22

Implementing and maintaining workplace safety standards set out by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is the responsibility of employers, and failure to do so can have serious consequences. In...

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Meet the Trainer: Mike Chambers

Posted by Jess | 09.29.22

TPC Instructor Mike Chambers is a Colorado Journeyman electrician also certified to teach OSHA 10- and 30-Hour for Construction. He teaches nearly every electrical course TPC Training offers, plus a...

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Why it’s Important to Train All Employees in Identifying Electrical Hazards

Posted by Jess | 09.01.22

Almost all electrical injuries are accidental. Many can be prevented with proper hazard identification. Yet, according to OSHA, workers are often unaware of the electrical hazards on the job site.  Regardless...

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Meet the Trainer: Bob Clukey

Posted by Jess | 07.25.22

In this series, we’re introducing you to our real-world-experienced instructor team and what drives them to teach electrical workers of all experience levels. Throughout Bob Clukey’s tenure at TPC Training,...

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Better Hands-on Training: How simulation-based training elevates the workforce

Posted by Jess | 03.22.22

On-the-job training is a favorite learning medium for many, and it’s no wonder – it means trainees get hands-on experience troubleshooting their own equipment in their own place of work. The trouble...

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Why You Need to Develop an Electrical Preventive Maintenance Schedule (and how to get started)

Posted by Jess | 03.03.22

Risk increases the longer preventive maintenance is delayed. While it’s easy to focus on mechanical maintenance, electrical components also need attention in order to prevent problems from arising and to...

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