Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Workers

Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Workers

Increase Your Awareness, Understand the Hazards

You don't need to be an electrician to benefit from an understanding of electrical safety.

This half-day course, tailored specifically for non-electrical workers, teaches the basics needed to work safely with and around electrical tools and equipment.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Electrical Safety
  • Standards and Regulations
  • Introduction to Electricity
  • Electric Shock
  • Safe Limits of Approach
  • Arc Flash
  • Warning Labels
  • First Aid and Emergency Response
  • Risk Assessment and Management

Who Should Attend?

  • Industrial plant managers and supervisors
  • Occupational health and safety coordinators
  • Public & Private Building owners, managers, operators and service technicians
  • Non Electrical Skilled workers such as: Fitters, Painters, Carpenters, Laborers, Utility Operators, Equipment Operators, Janitors, Waste Handlers and Warehouse Workers, HVAC Personnel
  • Anyone who works with and around electrical tools or equipment

Location

This course is held at Magna IV Engineering’s training facilities in Edmonton or Calgary. If you have the classroom amenities we need, we can also offer this training on your site. Special rates apply, contact us for details.

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