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Electrical Safety

electrical accident with outletThis electrical safe work practices course is designed to improve the participant’s level of knowledge and understanding about electrical safety in the workplace. This course is in compliance with OSHA CFR 29 Subpart S §1910.310 and USACE EM 385-1-1 Section 11, Electrical.

Topics included:

small blue bullet Locate and identify electrical energy sources
small blue bullet Notify all authorized and affected workers
small blue bullet Shut-down machinery or operation
small blue bullet Disconnect equipment from electrical energy sources
small blue bullet Choose and implement the most effective lock-out/tag-out method
small blue bullet Dissipate or restrain stored energy
small blue bullet Verify electrical isolation
small blue bullet Remove tools and other materials
small blue bullet Inspect work area
small blue bullet Remove locks and tags prior to re-energizing the equipment


Electricity through cordOSHA's electrical standards are designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions.

Electrically powered equipment can pose a significant hazard to workers, particularly when mishandled or not maintained.

Working with electricity can be dangerous. Engineers, electricians, construction workers and other professionals work with electricity directly, including working on overhead lines, cable harnesses, and circuit assemblies.

Others, such as office workers and sales people, work with electricity indirectly and may also be exposed to electrical hazards. Electricity is a serious workplace hazard.

Who Needs Training?

electrical shock accidentAny employee who works on or near electrical parts, circuits or equipment should be trained to follow safe work practices..

Participants will receive a Participant Manual and course handouts.

Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of the course.


We also conduct On Site Training and Live On Line Training.