Because the power generation process is continuously threatened by catastrophic losses, such as explosions, accidents and burns when equipment fails or lockout/tagout procedures are not followed, employees must be trained in the procedures that pertain to their respective job assignments and to related power generation equipment. These procedures are in place to control the high potential for error, which can result in serious threats to your workforce and the overall well-being of your power generation operation.
To help your organization reduce risk and comply with the OSHA standards that regulate the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, control, transformation, transmission, distribution and equipment, RedVector offers comprehensive power generation training. This training includes safety-related courses that meet OSHA requirements and help keep your personnel competent and well-trained — which is clearly your most expedient route to risk reduction.
Our clients include some of the largest power generation companies in the industry, and we’re proud to provide the training that helps their teams correctly perform essential tasks and stay safe.
RedVector offers a 220+ course curriculum for Power Generation employees, built around 7 learning blocks through 4 progressive stages. This learning plan is designed to improve knowledge and skills by providing an understanding of components, safe operation and proper maintenance procedures. Areas covered include boilers, turbines, combined cycle, steam cycle, coal handling, environmental protection, heat transfer, water treatment, startup/shutdown, feedwater systems, furnaces, pollution control and safety, among others. The online learning methodology enables consistent delivery, with broader reach, flexible scheduling and automated recordkeeping.