The Certification for Every Level of Electrical Worker

The NFPA® Certified Electrical Safety Technician (CEST) Certification has become an essential part of electrical safety in the workplace. NFPA created the CEST Certification in 2017 in response to repeated requests for a credential that would help reduce risk to personnel who are exposed to electrical hazards.

Earning your CEST can help you take on a stronger role in promoting safety and preventing accidents in the workplace.

  • Safety at Every Level: The CEST Certification is designed for every experience level; for all electrical professionals like you who may encounter hazards in their work.
  • Gain Knowledge: Solidify your understanding of important electrical safety practices and concepts on the job.
  • Demonstrate Proficiency: Highlight your knowledge of NFPA 70E®, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®, requirements, improve job performance, and set yourself up for possible career advancement opportunities.

Don’t miss your chance to earn your CEST Certification and take on a stronger role in supporting your workplace’s electrical safety needs.

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