Jason Brozen

Professional safety instructor, expert witness, consultant, and arc-flash survivor

Jason has made it his mission to share his experience as an arc flash survivor to help others stay safe on the job. He is currently the Lead Corporate Safety and Technical Trainer for Tyndale Enterprises, Inc. and an NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP). Jason has been an NFPA 70E instructor for several years and has been a certified master electrician for over 28 years. His nationally recognized presentations include his own compelling arc flash survival and recovery story.  

Where I've Spoken

Background

  • Arc flash survivor 
  • Presenter for NECA, NSC, EEI, KEMA, Lineman’s Rodeo, and many other industry events 
  • Professional NFPA 70E and electrical safety instructor 
  • NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) 
  • OSHA 10 and 30 trained 
  • Block & Associates certified master electrician for over 28 years 
  • VDC / BIM / CAD specialist for several multi-million-dollar projects 
  • Production Manager / Project Manager / Trainer in a highly successful service company 
  • Very strong knowledge of NFPA 70, 70B, and 70E (1993–2024 editions) 
  • Over 30 years of experience with residential, commercial, and industrial wiring methods, as well as the design of electrical and low-voltage communication systems in them 
  • Member of a local college’s board of advisors for their electrical program 
  • Instructor for Johnson County, Kansas’ continuing education program, The Electric League, Kansas City Power & Light, and an apartment management group 
  • Expert witness/subject-matter expert (SME)/consultant 

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How COMPLACENCY Nearly Killed Me

One-hour testimonial/case study

This one-hour presentation covers the critical details that led to an accident that nearly killed Jason. He focuses on the actual case study and root causes resulting in the complacency that ultimately caused this accident. This course is designed for workers – including linemen, electricians, maintenance personnel, and engineers – who may be exposed to electrocution, arc flash hazards, or electric shock from tools, machines, or appliances. 

Contact Information

Phone: Cell 913-309-0190 | Toll-Free 800-356-3433