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Electrical Safety for Construction

    Electrical Safety for Construction

    Course Overview

    This intermediate Electrical Safety online course teaches electrical safety concepts including the hazard of electric shock and 3 electrical hazard controls. This course explains electrocution and mild electric shock and what they can do to the human body. The three factors determining how severe an electrical hazard is include the amount of current (amps), the current’s path through the body and duration of contact.  The goal of this online safety course is to reduce or eliminate situations where harmful electric current could travel through your body.

    Intended Audience

    This Electrical Safety course will benefit all workers and management employees who work around electrical energy on the job site.

    • Construction Workers
    • Construction Foremen
    • Construction Supervisors

    Learning Objectives

    While completing this Electrical Safety online course, you will learn basic electrical concepts, such as volts, amps and current. You will be taught how they all work together to be a convenience, but also an electrical hazard. The effects of electricity on the human body, the need for protective devices and OSHA’s standard requirements are also reviewed.

    Course Topics

    • Introduction to Electrical Safety
    • What Is Electricity?
    • Electrical Hazards
    • Preventing Electrical Hazards
    • Job Site Hazards
    • Situational Analysis


    • Electric Shock
    • Electrical Hazards

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s Electrical Safety online course will enable you to work with electricity safely. When you have successfully completed this course, you will know:

    • OSHA’s requirements regarding electricity
    • Protective devices available for use
    • Proper electrical safety training and planning
    • Equipment use, inspection and maintenance
    • Minimum safe distances from electrical energy sources
    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080