Controlling Electrical Hazards Series
The presence of electrical power cabling and electrical equipment is probably the most
common environmental hazard faced by cable installers. Knowing how to work safely when working with electricity is important. Being prepared to take action in an electricity-related emergency helps to save lives and ensure worksite safety.
Check out our series on Controlling Electrical Hazards and become proactive when it comes to handling electrical hazards at the worksite. The Controlling Electrical Hazards series includes:
This course discusses how to work safely with electricity. It focuses on specific electrical hazards found in the workplace and methods to minimize or eliminate those hazards.
Lockout/Tagout For Authorized Persons
This course provides information about the control of hazardous energy and work under the protection of a lockout/tagout permit. The intent of the course is to provide information on lockout and tagout practices and the significance of lockout and tagout devices.
NFPA 70E Electrical Safety In The Workplace 2015 Edition
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the basic criteria for electrical safety-related work practices stipulated in the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. It presents detailed information on the practices, programs, techniques, and processes related to electrical work, in accordance with the NFPA Standard.
Why you should attend?
Learn specific strategies for controlling electrical hazards
What to expect?
All BICSI CONNECT courses require an internet-capable device and internet connection.
Java software; Windows 7 or 8; Mac OSx10.6+; Android 4.1 or later; Apple 10S 6.x, 7.x; IE 10 or later; Firefox 21 or later; Chrome 29 or later; Safari 5.1.8 or later; sound card with speakers/headphones for audio (audio not available for all courses); pop-up blockers disabled.
Who should attend?
This training course is intended for:
- Unqualified workers, but can also be used to
supplement qualified workers' training
- Engineering, safety, and maintenance personnel whose
responsibilities include determining and correcting static issues
- Managers, supervisors, and employees who work in areas where electrostatic discharge could
What will I learn?
After this course you will be able to:
- Identify common electrical related injuries and
effects of electricity on the human body
- Identify actions to take in an electrical emergency
- Identify methods to reduce or eliminate electrical
- Identify the purpose and scope of the NFPA 77:
Recommended Practice on Static Electricity standard
- Identify relevant statements about each of three
types of hazards created by static electricity
- Identify the purpose of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147
- Identify reasons commonly cited for failing to act in
accordance with an OSHA-compliant lockout and tagout program
- Identify the criteria that must be met in an
OSHA-compliant lockout and tagout program
- Identify examples of the lockout and tagout training requirements as described by the OSHA standard
How long is this course?
Three-hour self-paced course with 90 days from the date of purchase to complete
Can I earn credit?
Earn three Continuing Education Credits (CECs) upon successfully completing this program
What is the cancellation policy?
All BICSI CONNECT courses are nonrefundable and nontransferable