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This course is intended for personnel that work on or around power generation, transmission and distribution equipment operating at 600 volts or more. It’s designed to familiarize participants with the latest “Final Rule for 1910.269 Electric Power Generation and Distribution.” OSHA’s electrical standards are designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions. As one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four,” electrical hazards cause hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries in the workplace every year. OSHA requires training for all employees that perform work which could put them at risk from electrical hazards.
The language, interpreting and application of these OSHA standards can be difficult. A thorough understanding of OSHA electrical safety requirements, as they apply to your workplace, is essential for minimizing electrical accidents and ensuring compliance.
This course is intended for any personnel that work on or around power generation, transmission and distribution equipment operating at 600 volts or more.
Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
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