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Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations (US)

Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations (US)

Electrical accidents, or incidents as they are sometimes called, may result from a few different factors. The first is unsafe electrical equipment or improper installation. Workplaces may also be unsafe because of conditions in the environment. For example, damp areas can make people and tools more conductive. But the biggest cause of electrical accidents is unsafe work practices. The goal of this course is to help you recognize and address factors that can lead to electrical accidents.

$ 29.95
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06/19/2024 - NV, United States


Brenda K.
06/18/2024 - VA, United States

The program is very easy to use. It allows you the option to go back and review any information that you are unclear about. Very informative. The program does not have long drawn-out videos. I definitely like the way that each module shows a reference to the last module.

Nelson S.
06/17/2024 - FL, United States

It is very easy. I loved it.

Didier P.
06/15/2024 - , FRANCE

I had to take OSHA courses because I had to work in the USA

06/15/2024 - Oklahoma, United States

Very quick

Jaylen B.
06/14/2024 - IL, United States

it was well

Kenneth L.
06/14/2024 - TX, United States

I have purchased both OSHA 30 courses plus the additional free courses I received with purchase. They were very easy to follow and had ample time to complete all the courses. I would highly recommend this platform for anyone that needs these certifications.

Anonymous Customer
06/14/2024 - PA, United States

great experience.

Hyung J.
06/14/2024 - California, United States

All good

Sean S.
06/14/2024 - Indiana, United States

Pricing is fair and customer service was great!

06/10/2024 - MA, United States

They were quick and responsive stayed with me in the phone to complete payment. They also answered the questions I had about how to complete the training.

Jong C.
06/10/2024 - GA, United States


Yalonda S.
06/06/2024 - VA, United States


Audra M.
06/06/2024 - Massachusetts, United States

Thank you for walking me through the process!

05/28/2024 - TX, United States

Not bad. Not as good as other outreach providers, but not bad.

Course Outline

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Protect Yourself    

  • 3. Grounding    

  • 4. Common Violations    

  • 5. Tools and Guarding    

  • 6. Panels, Cords and Markings    

  • 7. Flexible Cords    

  • 8. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

  • Recall safe work practices regarding electrical hazards.
  • Identify how to correct electrical violations.


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Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations (US)

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