Energized Electrical Equipment Safety

Energized Electrical Equipment Safety

Updated Jan 20, 2021

 After finishing this lesson, you will recognize the industrial workplace safety authority and be able to describe safe workplace practices. This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA regulation(s) 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and NFPA 70E. 9 HSI | Martech Training Services and SOS 100 Safety, Health, and Plant Science 200 Mechanical Maintenance 300 Electrical Distribution 400 Electrical Maintenance 500 Power Generating Systems and Operations 600 Instrumentation and Control 700 Process Systems and Operations 800 Industrial Machining and Welding COURSE LISTING BY TITLE NERC ONLINE COURSES

• Describe safe practices set by the industrial workplace safety authority for work on electrical equipment

• Identify the PPE needed to perform safe work on energized electrical circuits or equipment

• Describe each of the following electrical hazards of working with energized equipment: electrical shock, arc flash, and fire hazards

• Identify the purpose and content of hazard labels

• Describe how to conduct hazard analysis

• Explain the use of PPE