Duration: 30 Minutes
Upon purchase, you receive access to this course for 30 days.
Electrical Safety discusses how electricity "works", explains its hazards and describes the procedures and equipment that employees should use to work safely around low voltage electricity. The Course also satisfies the OSHA training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.331 for non-qualified employees. Electricity is so much a part of everyday life it's easy to forget that it can be also be dangerous. It causes thousands of injuries and hundreds of fatalities every year. Electricity can also start fires and cause explosions that result in extensive and costly damage. Areas included in the program include the basics of electricity, circuits and the flow of electrical current, recognizing and avoiding electrical hazards, special electrical work environments, handling an electrical accident and more.
This program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need.
This course presents fundamental information for employees on electrical safety. Upon completing the course, employees should:
- Understand the basics of electric power, how it works and how it is used.
- Know the hazards that can be associated with electricity and electrical equipment in a workplace.
- Know the equipment to use and procedures they should follow to avoid these hazards.
1910 Subpart S - Electrical, 1910.301 - Introduction, 1910.302 - Electric utilization systems., 1910.303 - General Requirements., 1910.305 - Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.