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Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack

    Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack

    Construction workers require electricity to power essential tools and workplace equipment. Yet electricity can raise the potential for numerous worksite hazards and has been recognized by OSHA as one of the greatest dangers faced by construction workers. This makes it critical to provide adequate, OSHA-compliant safety training for new hires before they begin work. The Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack gives employees the training they need to recognize and avoid hazards to create a safer work environment for all.

    NOTICE: It is recommended that all newly hired electrical workers complete the training requirements included in this safety pack before beginning a job.

    Course Objectives

    The Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack includes six courses that offer over three hours of required training for electrical workers. The courses introduce key concepts in electrical safety, including:

    • Job Safety Awareness for Construction (20 minutes)
      With an introduction to the essentials of health and safety in the workplace, this course prepares employees to protect themselves and others on the job. Course topics include:
    • Hazard identification and awareness
    • Hazard control
    • Safety programs
    • OSHA’s Focus Four hazards
    • Work planning
    • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • Material handling safety best practices
    • Housekeeping
    • Diversity in the workplace
    • Ground Fault Protection for Construction (35 minutes)
      Because construction worksites often rely on electrical equipment that is not part of a permanent structure, employees must understand ground fault safety best practices, including:
    • OSHA standards and state regulations for Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
    • How and where to use GFCIs
    • Cord sets and receptacles
    • Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Programs (AEGCP)
    • Common hand and power tools
    • Common mechanical hazards
    • Tool safety precautionary measures
    • OSHA-compliant hazard control options
    • Accident prevention and injury avoidance
    • Introduction to NFPA 70E (2018) for All Industries – 0.1 CEU (1 hour)
      This course provides an introduction to the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA’s) 70E standard for workers who may be exposed to more than 50 volts of current on the job. The course explains:
    • The role of the NFPA
    • Why 70E was developed and implemented
    • Arc flash concepts
    • Arc flash hazard analysis
    • Approach and shock boundaries
    • Warning labels
    • PPE

    Note: This introductory course does not meet all training requirements for NFPA 70E. Please see additional courses for more information, including:

    • How to choose, wear, and maintain PPE
    • OSHA and ANSI PPE regulations
    • PPE for the head, face, ears, eyes, body, hands, and feet
    • A brief overview of Specialized Protective Equipment
    • Electrical hazards
    • Fall hazards
    • Struck-by hazards
    • Caught-in and -between hazards
    • Hazard avoidance
    • Accident and injury prevention

    Course Audience

    The online courses in the Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack are designed for individuals who may work with or be exposed to electricity on the job. Additionally, the safety pack meets training requirements that must be completed before new employees begin work.

    To ensure these courses meet your team’s training needs, please browse our full selection of courses and safety packs, contact us online, or call 800-971-1080 for more information.

    Course Features and Benefits

    Upon completion of the Electrical Worker (Introduction) Safety Pack, new employees will be prepared to begin work on job sites where they may be exposed to electricity. Course participants will learn how to recognize and avoid common hazards and adhere to OSHA safety regulations. Students who complete the Introduction to NFPA 70E (2018) for All Industries Course will also receive:

    • 0.1 continuing education units from an accredited IACET provider
    • An IACET certificate of completion

    To receive an IACET certificate of completion, course participants must successfully pass all knowledge checkpoints with a minimum score of 70% and complete the course evaluation form.


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    Call: 800.971.1080