Duration 1 hour
Electrical safety is essential for all electrical workers. Understanding necessary electrical standards and compliances is essential for keeping yourself safe.
Are you able to identify the electrical risks you may be exposed to? Have you reviewed the recent changes from NFPA 70E 2018? Are you fully in compliance? Do you have all the proper electrical personal protective equipment needed? If OSHA audited your site today, would you be in violation?
This interactive online course is geared towards anyone working directly with electrically charged components and will focus on what you need to know as well as useful tips and best practices in regards to overall general electrical safety. This course will also cover the most recent updates and changes from NFPA 70E 2018 as well as offer some education on what we need to be doing to stay compliant from an electrical safety perspective as it relates to these new updates. Upon completion, you will walk away with a much better understanding of what can be done to reach electrical compliance.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
Define the three electrical hazards,
Recall the different effects of shock on the body,
List the three different arc flash boundaries and the PPE needed to enter each one,
List the 4 categories of personal protective equipment and the items in each, and
Establish and verify an electrically safe work condition using the 8 steps from Article 120.5 of the NFPA 70E.