Electrical Safety Awareness (OSHA)Download as PDF
Electrical Safety Awareness (OSHA)
LO1: Describe electrical safety
LO2: Identify different sources of energy
LO3: Outline different states of energy
LO4: Describe how to measure electrical currents
LO5: Identify the purpose of different materials used to contain and channel electricity
LO6: Describe area classifications and the roles of qualified and unqualified workers
LO8: Describe how to treat electrical burns and identify other health effects
LO9: Outline the Assured Grounding Program
LO10: Describe the Lockout-Tagout system
LO11: List electrical safety devices
LO12: Describe different types of personal protective equipment used to protect against electricity
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No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labour.
29 CFR 1910.137
29 CFR 1910.303
29 CFR 1910.335
In this course you will learn about electrical safety, including different sources and states of energy and how to measure electrical currents. You will be able to identify the purpose of different materials used to channel energy and describe area classifications and the role of workers. You will also list hazardous conditions and electrical hazards and describe how to treat burns. You will outline the Assured Grounding Program and Lockout-Tagout system. You will also be able to list electrical safety devices and different types of personal protective equipment.