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Working Safely with Electricity for Construction

    Working Safely with Electricity for Construction

    Course Overview

    Working Safely with Electricity for Construction is an introductory online safety course that focuses on identifying common electrical hazards by reviewing a number of safe working procedures and inspection processes. In this online training, discover which strategies are used to aid personnel who must work safely with electrical equipment and systems. In addition, we will teach you OSHA’s electrical safety guidelines and regulations.

    Intended Audience

    This electrical safety training is intended for all construction workers whose operations bring them in contact with live electrical circuits and energized electrical equipment.

    • Construction Employees
    • Construction Managers
    • Construction Supervisors

    Learning Objectives

    This online electrical safety course identifies four common electrical hazards, a variety of safe working procedures and inspection processes that are used to enhance a safe work site. You are encouraged to further your knowledge by taking additional electrical safety programs and also reviewing the reference guide on OSHA Standards, CFR 1926 and Subpart K on Electrical Construction.

    Course Topics

    • Overview of Electrical Safety
    • Common Electrical Hazards
    • Working with Electricity


    • OSHA
    • NIOSH
    • NEC
    • NFPA
    • Center for Occupational Research and Development
    • EMS team
    • CPR
    • GFCI’s

    Features and Benefits

    By taking ClickSafety’s Working Safely with Electricity for Construction online safety course, you will be better prepared to work with electricity safely at the job site. Upon successful completion, you will:

    • Be familiar with OSHA, NIOSH and NEC electrical safety standards
    • Identify four common electrical hazards
    • Understand the effects of electricity on the human body
    • Be aware of several techniques for the inspection of electrical equipment
    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080