Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations

Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations

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.

PRICE: $24.95 DURATION: 35 min LANGUAGE: English SKU: SKU-0411


Course Outline

Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations

  • 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

Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations

  • Recall safe work practices regarding electrical hazards.
  • Recognize potential electrical violations in the work environment.
  • Identify how to correct electrical violations.


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Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations