There is always safety in numbers, especially when it comes to electrical hazards. The more employees are aware of the devastation that electrical hazards, arc flashes, and other electrical incidents cause, the safer they will be.
Designed to provide important information about safe work practices when working with or around electricity, this interactive training program focuses on how employees can protect themselves from injuries, or even fatalities.
Employees must be reminded from time to time about the various electrical hazards that they may face in their jobs. This safety program will provide the information they need to work safely around low voltage electricity.
Electrical hazards are all around us at work and at home, in the walls, in ceilings, on counters, in equipment and machinery, and even numerous places outside. Know how to reduce the risk with this electrical safety training.
"There were three of us down there. My friend was closer to the breaker...all of a sudden he was a ball of flames." So begins this program which will help your facility comply with OSHA's Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard and keep your workers in electrical utilities operations safe.
MARCOM's Electrical Safety in the Laboratory training program shows the need for safety when using electricity, and to help reduce the potential for accidents involving electrical shock, fire and explosions.
Make sure your qualified electrical workers are well informed about safety procedures. This cutting-edge training demonstrates proper methods and precautions to avoid electrical shock, serious burns and arc flash accidents.
Designed to teach basic concepts about the nature of the beast, hazardous energy, this training covers information on various energy sources, what lockout/tagout is, and when you should lockout/tagout. You'll also learn to use the six steps that are required to control hazardous energy properly.
MARCOM's HAZWOPER: Electrical Safety in HAZMAT Environments Program assists facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120), and helps employees understand the hazards of uncontrolled energy in hazardous materials environments, and how to reduce or eliminate these potential hazards.
The first in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, MARCOM's Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART I - Types of Hazards and How You Can Protect Yourself discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and how employees can reduce the risk from electrical hazards and electrocution in construction environments.
The second in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, MARCOM's Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART II - Employer Requirements Program discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and emphasizes employers' responsibilities in these areas.
This informative training course covers requirements for qualification, working with and around live circuits, National Electrical Code, and test equipment. Make sure your safety measures are ready for primetime when working around live circuits.
This training shows workers how to protect themselves from this controllable hazard and what to do if danger strikes. It covers information on conductivity, levels of protection, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment and emergency response.
When faced with an emergency such as electrical shock or an electrical fire, the initial response can save lives. This program covers crucial information such as the three levels of electric shock, common causes and classifications of fire and proper first aid measures for victims of shock or smoke inhalation.