Quarter Academic Credit
1.5

Electricity is such a familiar part of our lives that it isn't always given the respect and caution it deserves. Learn how electricity can become a hazard and the most common causes of electrical injuries, including:

  • Contact with power lines
  • Lack of ground-fault protection
  • Path to ground missing or discontinuous
  • Equipment not used in the manner prescribed
  • Improper use of extension and flexible cords
  • Failure to lockout electrical circuits

Gain insight into OSHA regulations, lockout/tagout of machinery and equipment, and industry best practices that go beyond OSHA requirements. This course is an elective in the Workplace Health and Safety Certificate Program.

Course Code
336910