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Engineer Npower Training November 2016

Dec 2, 2016 | Nationwide Power

As an essential core element for Nationwide Power, training is another part of our continuous improvement process offered to both our employees and our customers.

This past November, Nationwide conducted another successful field service training class, with this latest class focusing on Liebert’s Npower UPS.

The one week class was comprised of five field service personnel, from various national locations, and within the class they obtained hands-on training that included operation, preventive maintenance and emergency response protocols.

Critical Power 101 Training

Have you ever found yourself asking…

What is critical power?
Why do I need it?
What components are required?
Need a refresher?
What should you do in an emergency?
How often should maintenance be performed?



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