Electrical Safety

Almost every workplace uses electricity as its main source of energy. Working around electricity can cause significant injuries and even death, known as electrocution. It is important that we know how to protect ourselves against electricity. This course discusses basic electrical principles, how to identify potential hazards, and safe work practices. In addition, participants will learn how to respond to an electrical incident in the workplace.
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Product Specifications


Course Duration: 60 Minutes

Course Objectives:

  • Identify the basic principles of electricity; Recognize how to identify and control electrical hazards; Recognize how to minimize the risks of injury when dealing with electricity; Recognize what to do if an emergency should occur
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