Electrical safe work practices

electrical safe work practices

All persons who install, maintain, repair, or just work near electrical power equipment need electrical safety training. United States labor law spells out safe work practices and employee training requirements. This computer based training provides the information required by OSHA 29CFR1910 Subpart S, as well as other important safety information not required by OSHA. Topics covered in this training include:

•    US OSHA Law and Other Electrical Safety Standards
•    Unsafe Conditions vs. Unsafe Acts
•    Effects of Electric Shock
•    Arc Flash Hazards, Protection, and Compliance
•    Energized Equipment
•    Safe Work Practices
•    Use of Equipment and more

For more information, please go to www.newstandardinstitute.com.

For more information about New Standard Institute's "Electrical Safe Work Practices," please go to www.newstandardinstitute.com. Or, for additional electrical safety information, please go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.



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