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Using Electrical Safety Programs (US)

Using Electrical Safety Programs (US)

NFPA 70E, the standard for workplace electrical safety, requires employers to develop and implement an electrical safety program. This program must direct activities appropriate for the voltage, energy level and circuit conditions that employees may encounter. It must also define the safety practices that are required by the employer and any applicable standards. Your employer is responsible for having a program and training you about it, but remember that safety is a responsibility everyone shares. This course will educate you about the content in a typical electrical safety program and what you can do to improve safety.

$ 24.95
23 min
CEU 0.0
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Course Outline

Using Electrical Safety Programs (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Purpose    

  • 3. Electrical Safety Program Elements    

  • 4. Arc-Flash Hazard Analysis    

  • 5. Approach Boundaries    

  • 6. PPE for Electrical Hazards    

  • 7. Summary    

Learning Objectives

Using Electrical Safety Programs (US)

  • Explain the purpose of electrical safety programs.
  • Recognize the elements of an electrical safety program.
  • Recall how to complete an arc-flash hazard analysis.
  • Distinguish between arc-flash, limited and restricted approach boundaries.
  • Identify appropriate personal protective equipment for electrical hazards.

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