This PowerPoint® course provides training in the basic concepts and techniques of electrical safety. It offers an overview of the safety related work practices section of Sub Part S to 29 CFR 1910 (electrical) for employees who face a risk of electric shock that is not reduced to a safe level by the electrical installation requirements of 29 CFR 1910.303 - 308. It also addresses comprehensively the issues of; evaluating and identifying potential energy sources where work is performed, evaluating the associated potential hazards, communicating information concerning these hazards, and establishing appropriate procedures, and protective measures for your employees.
Program Discussion & Objectives Include the Following:
• The Local Safety Policy
• The Local Safety Rules And Regulations
• General Employee Protective Measures
• Accident Prevention
• Electrical Safety Its Role In Today's Industry
• Concepts & Techniques Of Electrical Safety Related Work Practices
• Safety Skills For Personnel Working With Electrical Hazards
This Safe Electrical Work Practices Training Program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards:
• 29 CFR 1019-131, 1019-132, 1019-133, 1019-134, 1019-135
Safety Forms and Documents included:
• Assured Equipment Grounding Test Record
• Assured Equipment Grounding Checklist
• Completion of Training Certificate
• Student Manual Cover
• Course Test
• Course Answer Sheet
• Instructor Evaluation
• Includes over 20 safety recordkeeping forms
UPGRADE TO THE TRAINING KIT:
This upgrade kit includes: Safe Electrical Work Practices PowerPoint Training Course, Electrical Safety for Unqualified Employees Written Plan for OSHA Compliance and Electrical Safety hazards Written Plan for OSHA Compliance
This kit includes the training course, 2 written plans, and over 20 recordkeeping and documentation forms. Why buy this kit? If an OSHA representative came to your facility investigating an accident, or for a routine inspection, one of the first items they would ask to see would be your written safety plan. That written plan would have to include required and predetermined items that are outlined by OSHA for compliance. These required items would include, but are not limited to, specific standards that OSHA is looking for in your actual training program. Additionally, they require record keeping be maintained in a standardized manner.
This is a single company, multiple location software license. This license does not enable user to resell or redistribute this software.