Semiconductor Electrical Safety, Parts 1-4 (US)
Electricity can shock or electrocute you if you do not recognize hazards and take proper precautions. Take this course to learn about the characteristics of electricity and electrical hazards. This suite will help you understand the importance of electrical risk assessments. It will also provide guidance about written electrical safety programs and controls, such as lockout-tagout, that can help prevent accidents. You will also learn how to respond in the event of an electrical emergency. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 1: Basics of Electrical Safety ( 29 mins )
We all know that electricity can be dangerous. It can even kill! Working around electricity is part of your job, so we want to make sure you have the information you need to stay safe. Take this course to learn about the characteristics of electricity and electrical hazards and how to avoid them. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Recall the characteristics of electricity; Describe the relationship between current, voltage and resistance as expressed by Ohm’s Law; Recognize conductors and insulators; Define electrical hazards including electrical shock and arc-flash; Recall the meaning of electrical hazard signs; Recognize electrical hazards and conditions to avoid
Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 2: Developing a Risk-Based Approach to Electrical Safety ( 21 mins )
To protect yourself from shock and electrocution, you have to understand electrical hazards in your semiconductor workplace. Take this course to learn about different electrical risk assessments and protective measures that may be implemented as a result. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Identify how NFPA 70E® applies to semiconductor fabrication facilities; Select information that must be included in risk assessments; Recall electrical hazard protective measures; Recognize the steps required to establish electrically safe work conditions; Select examples of authorized energized work; Define qualified person responsibilities; Define approach boundaries
Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 3: Implementing Electrical Safety ( 15 mins )
Working safely around electricity is vital in semiconductor fabrication facilities. In this course, you will learn more about the process for implementing electrical safety, including how assessment results are used to help keep you and your co-workers safe. You will also get a review of the lockout/tagout process and learn the importance of an energized electrical work permit. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Locate electrical hazard information in NFPA 70E® tables and on equipment labels; Define arc-flash risk assessment methods; Recognize the steps in the lockout/tagout process; Identify the required elements of an energized electrical work permit
Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 4: Electrical Safety Program Components ( 20 mins )
To ensure the safety of employees who work around electricity in semiconductor fabrication facilities, employers must meet several requirements. One of the requirements is to have a written electrical safety program. In this course, you will learn how the results of the risk assessments are used to create a program and implement safe work practices. You will also learn how to respond in the event of an electrical emergency. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Identify electrical safety program components; Recall safe electrical work practices; Know electrical safety responsibilities and training requirements; Recall how to respond during an electrical emergency
Semiconductor Ergonomics for Maintenance and Service ( 25 mins )
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that result from ergonomic injuries are the most common reason employees cannot work. However, you can prevent these types of injuries. This course will explain the actions you can take to avoid or minimize the ergonomic risks you face at work. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Recognize common types of injuries; Identify ergonomic risk factors; Recall early reporting guidelines; Recognize ergonomic best practices for setting up and using workstations, manually handling material, and completing common maintenance tasks; Select hand tools that optimize ergonomics; Identify planning considerations for service tasks
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