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Basic Electrical Training (Unqualified Workers)


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What You Will Learn

  1. Introduction to Basic Electrical Safety
  2. Electrical Safety Regulations and Standards
  3. Understanding Electrical Hazards
  4. Electrical Equipment and Tools
  5. Electrical Safety Practices
  6. Electrical Cord and Plug Safety
  7. Basic Electrical Fire Safety
  8. Emergency Response and Communication
  9. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  10. Reporting and Accountability

Basic Electrical Training (Unqualified Workers)

  1. Introduction to Basic Electrical Safety:
    • Understand the potential hazards associated with electricity and the importance of electrical safety.
    • Comprehend the importance of identifying electrical hazards in the workplace and taking appropriate precautions.
    • Recognize the role of unqualified workers in maintaining a safe electrical work environment.
  2. Electrical Safety Regulations and Standards:
    • Familiarize yourself with relevant safety regulations and standards, such as OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) electrical safety requirements (29 CFR 1910 Subpart S).
    • Understand the responsibilities of employers and employees in ensuring compliance with electrical safety guidelines.
    • Learn about the importance of electrical safety training and awareness for unqualified workers.
  3. Understanding Electrical Hazards:
    • Identify common electrical hazards, including electric shock, arc flash, and electrical fires.
    • Comprehend the principles of electricity, including voltage, current, resistance, and power.
    • Understand the potential risks associated with working near energized electrical equipment and power sources.
  4. Electrical Equipment and Tools:
    • Recognize different types of electrical equipment and tools commonly used in the workplace.
    • Learn proper handling and use of electrical equipment and tools, including cords, plugs, switches, and outlets.
    • Comprehend the importance of inspecting equipment for damage, proper grounding, and appropriate ratings.
  5. Electrical Safety Practices:
    • Understand the importance of de-energizing equipment before performing any work on or near it.
    • Comprehend the significance of using lockout/tagout procedures to ensure equipment is safely isolated from energy sources.
    • Learn safe practices for working near energized equipment, including maintaining safe distances and using appropriate barriers.
  6. Electrical Cord and Plug Safety:
    • Comprehend the importance of using properly grounded electrical cords and plugs.
    • Learn how to identify damaged cords and plugs and the proper course of action to take when encountering them.
    • Understand the risks associated with overloading electrical circuits and the need to distribute loads properly.
  7. Basic Electrical Fire Safety:
    • Learn how to prevent electrical fires through proper equipment maintenance and inspection.
    • Comprehend the appropriate response to electrical fires, including using fire extinguishers and evacuating the area.
    • Understand the importance of reporting electrical fire incidents promptly.
  8. Emergency Response and Communication:
    • Comprehend the procedures to follow in the event of an electrical emergency, such as electric shock or arc flash.
    • Learn how to communicate effectively during emergencies, including reporting incidents and seeking medical attention.
    • Understand the importance of understanding emergency evacuation routes and procedures.
  9. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Understand the role of personal protective equipment in electrical safety.
    • Learn the appropriate selection, use, and maintenance of PPE, such as insulated gloves, safety glasses, and flame-resistant clothing.
    • Comprehend the importance of wearing the correct PPE for specific electrical tasks and potential hazards.
  10. Reporting and Accountability:
    • Understand the importance of promptly reporting electrical hazards, incidents, or near misses to supervisors or designated personnel.
    • Comprehend the significance of individual accountability and adhering to electrical safety rules and procedures.
    • Promote a culture of safety, continuous learning, and open communication regarding electrical safety concerns.

Cost Per Person

$150 per person

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