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Electrical Safety

Learn more about electrical safety training requirements.

Description

Every day, an average of one worker is electrocuted on the job. Not only can electricity cause death, but it can also cause serious injury from shock, burns, and falls. 


In this Electrical Safety course the student will be learning how electricity works, what kind of electrical injuries there are and how they occur, and they will review a variety of electrical hazards including, overview of electrical hazards, wiring and overload hazards, and grounding hazards. This course will finish up by going over the electrical safety training requirements.


This course was created in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHAct) of 1970 and the OSHA regulations.

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Curriculum

  • OSHA Standards for Electrical Safety
    Introduction
    1:52
    How Electricity Works
    3:29
    Electrical Injuries
    3:47
    Knowledge Check
    1:13
  • Electrical Hazards
    Overview of Electrical Hazards
    1:41
    Wiring and Overload Hazards
    4:32
    Grounding Hazards
    2:19
    OSHA Electrical Requirements
    4:42
    Electrical safety Training Requirements
    0:48
    Knowledge Check
    1:19
    Summary
    1:56
  • Supplemental Materials
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Skills

  • Personal Safety

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