Electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard. OSHA’s electrical standard covered in this course is designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions.
This Electrical Safety Course addresses these standards and focuses on how to avoid personal injury and death from electrical contact, how to avoid exposing co-workers to electrical contact, and how to identify safe work practices. This Electrical Safety training also covers basic electrical concepts and definitions as well as provides a working knowledge of the safe practices in the regulation.
This course is designed for professionals who will be working with electricity directly, or may be exposed to electricity from time to time, as part of their job. Worker types include engineers, electricians, construction workers, energy and utility company employees, audio/video technicians, communications, avionics, maintenance, and lighting technicians.
This Electrical Safety Course Training program covers:
- Electrical Concepts
- Hazard Recognition & Control
- Definitions & Terminology
- Safe Work Practices
- High / Low Voltage