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The Working Safely with Electricity for Construction online training from ClickSafety is an introductory-level training that focuses on the common electrical hazards in the construction sector by reviewing safe working procedures and overall inspection processes. Throughout this online training, individuals can discover which strategies should be used to aid personnel who must work safely with electrical equipment and systems. Participants can also expect to learn OSHA’s electrical safety guidelines and regulations.
NOTICE: Participants are encouraged to further their knowledge by reviewing the reference guide on OSHA Standards, CFR 1926 and Subpart K on Electrical Construction.
ClickSafety’s Working Safely with Electricity for Construction online training identifies the four common electrical hazards, safe working procedures, and the inspection processes needed to enhance an overall safe work environment. Specific course topics include the following:
Overview of electrical safety
Common electrical hazards in construction
Working with electricity in construction
Specific industry terms addressed within the course include the following:
National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH)
The Working with Electricity for Construction online training is intended for all construction workers and management whose operations may bring them in contact with live electrical circuits and energized electrical equipment. Individuals who will specifically benefit from this course include the following:
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ClickSafety’s Working with Electricity for Construction online safety course is designed to better prepare all those on the construction worksite for work with electricity and electrical safety hazards on the jobsite. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Be familiar with OSHA, NIOSH, and NEC electrical safety standards
Know how to identify the four common electrical hazards
Understand the effects of electricity on the human body
Be aware of the techniques used to inspect electrical equipment