100 Questions and Answers on Electrical Safety for General Industry

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100 Questions and Answers on Electrical Safety for General Industry

Level: Intermediate

Duration: 3 Hours

Location: Online or In-Person

Overview & Objectives

Electricity powers the modern workplace, but it can also present a number of safety hazards for workers, including burns, shocks, and even electrocution. To protect yourself and promote a safer work environment, it’s important to stay aware of these hazards and best practices for minimizing and avoiding them. Workers, managers, and supervisors can stay up-to-date on their electrical safety training by completing 100 Questions and Answers on Electrical Safety for General Industry online.

During this intermediate online course, students will receive 100 commonly asked questions on electrical safety with detailed answers. The questions are broken down into critical topics in workplace electrical safety, including:

  • Safety Standards
  • Hazard and Risk Analysis
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Safety Grounds
  • Approach Boundaries
  • Safety Equipment
  • Arc Flash and Arc Fault
  • Lockout /Tagout (LOTO)
  • Checking for Absence of Voltage
  • Electrical Safety Definitions

All questions focus on key definitions and terms, preparing students for the quiz at the end of the course.

Who is this Course for?

This 3-hour online course is appropriate for individuals who must work safely with and around electricity on the jobsite, including workers, managers, and supervisors. Course materials are designed for intermediate-level students who have some familiarity with topics on electrical safety.

Features & Benefits

After completion of 100 Questions and Answers on Electrical Safety for General Industry, students will have a better understanding of critical electrical safety concerns, including:

  • The importance of electrical safety programs, regular worksite inspections, and auditing
  • Table notes in consensus standards
  • Hazard identification process
  • How to quantify the risk of incidents and injuries
  • OSHA’s mathematical formula for hazard/risk analysis
  • Electrical personal protective equipment (PPE) and flame-resistant (clothing)
  • Why to use PPE, as well as how to select and use it
  • The importance and use of safety grounds
  • Approach boundaries
  • Shock boundaries vs. flash protection boundaries
  • How to choose, utilize, and test electrical equipment
  • OSHA’s electrical safety training standards
  • Arc flash and arc fault
  • Understanding your risk of exposure and the necessary steps to protect yourself
  • AC vs. DC circuits
  • Common causes of arc fault
  • Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
  • Checking for absence of voltage and measuring voltage
  • Testing methods
  • How to choose and use voltmeters

Upon passing the quiz, students confirm their awareness of safety best practices for electrical hazards, as well as their preparedness to encounter and address those hazards on worksites.

In Person Training

Participants in this course can expect to be engaged with a dynamic, intentional, and highly experienced instructor. Our in-person class allows for questions to be answered immediately, open discussions, and hands-on learning. Some classes can be done via Zoom (just give us a call) and can be combined with virtual-blended learning. It is our goal to teach with a variety of strategies that allow everyone to be engaged in a fun and comfortable learning environment.