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Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control For Construction

An electrical hazard is a dangerous condition where a worker can or does make electrical contact with energized equipment or a conductor. Electrical Hazard Recognition and Control for Construction is an online safety course that teaches students how to identify and control electrical dangers that may arise in the construction business. This intermediate-level safety training educates participants on how to maintain a safe work environment for themselves and others. Furthermore, participants will learn how to recognize and analyze potential hazards related with power tools and electrical circuits on-site. Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control for Construction increases participants' awareness of safe work procedures on the construction site in order to mitigate and prevent electrical dangers.

Include: Certificate of Completion
Duration: 0 hours and 45 minutes
Languages: English
Level: Intermediate

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The Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control for Construction online safety course from OSHA Education School is intended to teach all participants to recognize and control potential and existing electrical hazards found within the construction industry. This intermediate-level safety course instructs individuals on the procedures involving maintaining a safe work environment for oneself, as well as others. Additionally, participants will learn to identify and assess the risks associated with power tools and electrical circuits onsite. The Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control for Construction course enhances participants’ knowledge of safety-related work practices on the construction worksite to remedy and prevent electrical hazards. All participants are encouraged to further research and learn about electrical safety by reading the reference guide within Electrical Construction, Title 29 CFR 1926.400-499. Specific course topics include the following: Overview of electrical hazard recognition Overview of electrical hazard control methods Jobsite hazards and controls (parts 1 & 2) Tool safety tips Indicators that electrical hazards might exist Safety-related best work practices Summary of hazards and protections Specific industry terms covered throughout this course include the following: OSHA National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Personal protective equipment (PPE) Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Program (AEGCP)
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Who Needs Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control For Construction?

The Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control for Construction course is indented for all construction employees held accountable to and by OSHA regulations. Specific roles that will benefit from this training include: Construction workers Construction managers Construction supervisors
Electrical Hazard Recognition & Control For Construction
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