Using Electrical Safety Programs (US)
Electricity can kill. That is why NFPA 70E® was created. It requires employers to develop and implement an electrical safety program. This course explains basic electrical safety practices that apply to electrical work. These practices include wearing personal protective equipment and completing arc-flash hazard analyses. Ideal learners include people in all industries, particularly supervisors, electrical maintenance and installation workers, and safety managers.
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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