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Electrical Safety

Knowing proper electrical safety standards is crucial to avoid dangers such as shock, fires, explosions, and electrocution. ClickSafety offers training for workers, management and foreman. Popular courses include: 100 Questions and Answers on Electrical Safety, NFPA 70E (2018) Electrical Safety for Supervisors and Managers in All Industries, and Electrical Safety and LOTO for General Industry.

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  1. Hazardous Energy (Introduction) Safety Pack
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    Duration: 2 Hours 5 Mins
    Course ID: CB-0006
    CEUs: 0.1
  2. OSHA 30-Hour Construction Voice-Authentication
    Level: Certificate
    Duration: 30 Hours 0 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD73
    CEUs: 3
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  3. Electrical Safety and LOTO for General Industry
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 1 Hours 0 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD79
    CEUs: 0.1
  4. Scaffold User Guidelines for Construction
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 0 Hours 40 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD87
    CEUs: 0.1
  5. Electrical Worker (Intermediate) Safety Pack
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    Duration: 5 Hours 20 Minutes
    Course ID: CB-0018
    CEUs: 0.1
  6. Electrical Worker (Advanced) Safety Pack
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    Duration: 9 Hours 40 Mins
    Course ID: CB-0019
    CEUs: 0.7
  7. Bloodborne Pathogens for Construction
    Level: Introductory
    Duration: 0 Hours 40 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD100
    CEUs: 0.1

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