This course is intended for non-electrical workers to raise awareness about electrical safety hazards for those in roles such as maintenance, machine operators, and anyone who works with and around electrical tools and equipment.

  • Entire Video Course to Present to Large Groups

  • 3D Animations Illustrate Electrical Lessons

  • Spanish Subtitles Available

How it Works

Download Microsoft Word® Versions of the Quiz, Key, and Sign-In Sheet

Easy to use, edit, and update to your company's needs.

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According to NFPA 70E, training must be provided to employees who face a risk from electrical hazards. This training was created in alignment with non-electrical worker training needs and includes the following:

  • 19-minute video course with quiz, quiz key, and sign-in sheet

  • Learn to identify and understand the relationship between electrical hazards and possible injury

  • Understand the basics of electricity like current, circuits, resistance, voltage, and more

  • Recognize how electrical shock occurs by watching 3d animations the explain the process and prevention

  • Develop a deeper understand of how GFCI's work through rich animations and illustrations

  • Apply lockout tagout successfully to ensure energy is isolated

  • Examine how arc flash occurs through 3d animations

  • Assess the hazards of powerlines and understand the necessary safe distances

  • Identify the hazards of electrical equipment and how to reduce risk when working near it

  • Respond to electrical shock incidents safely and decisively by avoiding major pitfalls

Electrical Safety Awareness Training Video



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  • Can we get a downloadable mp4 version of this video?

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