Month Duration Start Date Location Price  
Oct-2020 5 days 05-10-2020 paris 2700 USD


Electrical hazards cause more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries in the workplace every year. While electrical hazards are not the leading cause of workplace injuries and accidents, they are disproportionately fatal and costly. These injuries not only disrupt the lives of the workers and their families, but also impact the productivity of employers. OSHA’s electrical standards are designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions. But because of the language, interpreting and applying these standards can be difficult. A thorough understanding of OSHA electrical safety requirements, as they apply to your facility, is essential for minimizing electrical accidents and ensuring compliance.


Who Should Attend :

This course is intended for any personnel that work on or around power generation, transmission and distribution equipment operating at 600 volts or more. This course meets the OSHA mandated training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.269 for both “qualified” and “unqualified” personnel.


Learning Objectives :

Explain the hazards of electricity and effects Identify requirements for PPE care and use Explain safe work practices required for performing energized and deenergized work on power systems rated over 600 volts Identify hazardous energy control requirements per 1910.269, including lockout/tagout Establish safe workspaces and approach distances Recognize the hazards of specific electrical equipment rated over 600 volts