Most people work around electricity in some form or another. From overhead lighting to computers to power tools, electricity keeps them, and us working. It's easy to take electricity for granted; however, it's a potentially hazardous energy source. Exposure to electricity can lead to shocks, burns, and even death. Because of the seriousness of these hazards, it's essential that all employees understand the basics of electrical safety. In this course, we'll talk about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) requirements for employees working with electrical components, lockout/tagout procedures, and the seven basics safety rules for working with electricity.