SafetySkills™ Course Syllabus
Series/Catalog:General Industry SeriesLinear Duration/min: 00:19:00Origin Date:01/08Interactivity:LevelIILast Update:09/08SupervisingSME:Laura BeldenCourse Description:Upon completion of this learning event, the learner will demonstrateknowledge of potential hazards associated with electrical equipmentin the workplace and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards.Employees will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting therequirements of OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.301 and 1926.416. The employer may also benefit from theHot Work - Arc Weldingcourse,Hand and Power Tool Safety courseand theBasic
Construction Safety course.Relevant Standards:29 CFR 1910.30129 CFR 1926.416Complexity/Difficulty:Level I (very easy) Target Audience:This course is intended for employees who work regularly withelectrical equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair.Prerequisites:None
Competencies To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:ELT-1.1.0Introduction and ObjectivesELT-1.2.0Recognize the Dangers of Electricity and the Importance of Electrical Safety0:03:17ELT-1.3.0Identify Possible Electrical Injuries0:03:02ELT-1.4.0Identify Electrical Hazards and Their Controls0:03:08ELT-1.5.0Recognize Hand-Held Power Tool Requirements0:00:44ELT-1.6.0Select Ways to Prevent Electrical Hazards0:03:07
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