Focus Four Electrocution Prevention For Construction

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Focus Four Electrocution Prevention For Construction Course

Focus Four Electrocution Prevention For Construction

  • Level: Intermediate
  • Duration: 2 Hours 0 Minutes
  • Location: Online or In-Person

Overview & Objectives

To help protect workers, OSHA has identified the four most common causes of workplace fatalities in the construction industry, known as the Focus Four. Among them, electrocution is a danger where power is required on the construction worksite. Exceed Safety’s Focus Four Electrocution Prevention for Construction course provides electrocution prevention training based on OSHA standards to help workers understand and avoid electrical hazards to keep themselves and their team safe.

During this course, students will learn about electrical hazards as part of the OSHA Focus Four Outreach Training initiative, including

  • Basics of electricity
  • Common electrical hazards
  • Electrocution risks in construction
  • Personal Protective Equipment and safety best practices
  • Lockout/tagout (LOTO) and energy control procedures
  • Electrical work hazard recognition
  • How to minimize and avoid electrical risks
  • Emergency Response drills and preparation
  • Testing of energized equipment
  • Employer responsibilities, including the identification of a Qualified Person

Who Is This Course For?

This intermediate-level online course provides electrocution prevention training for all individuals who may work with or be exposed to electricity on construction sites, including:

Construction workers

  • Managers
  • Superintendents
  • Foremen
  • Crew leaders

Additionally, this course would benefit all individuals who are responsible for OSHA safety standards and other safety best practices in the workplace.

Features & Benefits

After completing this course, students will understand common electrocution hazards in the construction industry. Additionally, course participants will learn how to protect themselves against injuries and death related to construction hazards and what is required of employers per OSHA Regulations for worker safety.

In Person Training

Participants in this in-person class can expect to be engaged with discussions, collaboration from other members of the course, team building experiences, and interactive learning. All our instructors have years of experience in the field and are highly qualified and skilled. We offer some classes via Zoom (just give us a call for more information). Some classes can be combined with virtual-blended learning, as well.