Introduction|How an Electric Current is Created|Voltage and Resistance|Avoiding Contact with Energized Parts|Power Tools and Cords|Overhead and Underground Conductors|Ground Fault Current|Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters|Responding to a Shock Event|Conclusion
Electricity is all around us and everyone should keep safety in mind when working with or around electricity. This video training course is for all employees to learn how to prevent electric shocks. This video explains how an electric current works and how to identify electric shock hazards. This course demonstrates how to avoid contact with energized parts and the safety measures to take when using power tools and cords. Other topics covered include overhead and underground conductors, ground fault current, GFCIs, and how re respond should an employee receive an electric shock. Use this course to educate all employees about how to reduce the danger of electric shock in the workplace.