Electrical Safety For Unqualified Workers
Electrical Safety For Unqualified Workers includes OSHA 1910 and NFPA 70E electrical safety requirements, and is specifically designed to help workers who are not qualified to do electrical work but might be in the vicinity of live work. We’ll discuss electrical safety topics that can impact them daily, such as frayed extension cords, damaged portable equipment, damp locations, double insulated, GFCIs, ungrounded equipment, over-loaded circuits, how grounding works, power strips, two-pronged plugs and more. In this course we’ll look at real world scenarios and case studies and walk through the decision process.
On-site TrainingThis 2-hour class can be scheduled to fit your needs.
We can do 2 or 3 of them in an 8-hour shift to catch all of your people and keep your facility running.
BenefitsLearn To Recognize Electrical Safety Hazards
Stay Safe At Work And At Home
Importance Of Grounding
Importance Of GFCIs
Real Life Scenarios
Assists In Satisfying OSHA Training Requirements
Who Should AttendAll Empoyees Exposed To Electrical Hazards.
Factory Line Workers
Workers Who Use Extension Cords
Workers Who Use Extension Powertools
People Who Work Outside or On The Roof
Painters, Carpenters, Roofers
- Qualified & Unqualified Workers
- Equipment Inspection
- Damp Locations
- Approach Boundaries
- Shock Risk Assessment
- Arc Flash Risk Assessment
- Arc Flash Boundary
- PPE For Shock
- Arc Flash PPE