Construction Workers

Electrical Safety 
IASP, USA

Electrical Safety Training helps engineers learn in-depth the latest OSHA Regulations- Electrical Safety, specifically 29 CFR1910.137 that covers Electrical Protective Devices, and 29 CFR1910.269 that covers Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution.

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Overview

In this training course, participants learn how to protect themselves & their team from the hazards of electricity. Electrical Safety Training Course includes electrical theory, arc flash, blast, and protective measures, as well as common electrical violations in the workplace. The risks associated with shock and electrocution from inadvertent contact with energized parts have also long been recognized as a danger to workers, and they aren’t going away anytime soon (if ever).

 

What is the importance of undergoing Electrical Safety Training?

 

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), electrocution is the fifth leading cause of workplace fatalities in the United States.

 

Join this specialized training course and learn the best way to prevent ARC or electrical incidents and accidents from happening. 

Learning Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the need for electrical safety

  • Know how to do emergency treatment for a victim of electrical shock

  • Verify electrical protective equipment before use

  • Comply with equipment testing standards

Audience​

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Electrical Technicians 

  • Tele-Communications Engineers

  • Project Engineers 

  • Technicians 

  • Electronics Engineers 

  • Computer Engineers 

  • General Industry Professionals 

  • Maintenance Engineers

  • Health & Safety Engineers in General Industry 

  • Health & Safety Officers in General Industry 

Duration & Delivery 

  • 2 Hours 

  • Live virtual training on Zoom 

Topics

  • How Electricity Works 

  • Electrical Safety- Introduction 

  • Why Electricity Causes Injuries 

  • How Shock Occurs

  • How to Deenergize Live Parts 

  • How to Work Safely with Energized Parts 

  • How to Prevent Accidental Contact 

  • Working Safely with Overhead Lines 

  • ARC Flash

  • Verifying Product Integrity with Visual Inspections

  • Electrical Testing 

  • Final Inspection

  • Record-Keeping 

 

Assessment

  1. Attendance is only required to pass the course. 

Course Trainers

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Michela Calufetti

Environment, Heath, and Safety Trainer

Bio:

 

Ms. Michela is an expert in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. In the last five years, she delivered various training to frontline teams and senior managers and helped them meet and exceed the required regulatory, corporate, and accreditation requirements related to Health & Safety, Quality & Environment. 

She is a Technical Member of IOSH and an Associate Member of IEMA.

She worked for the largest companies in the world including Twickenham Stadium and Wimbledon Tennis Club in UK.

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Ayman Ali
Health and Safety Specialist

Bio:

Mr. Ayman Ali is an HSE trainer, auditor & consultant with over 10 years of experience especially in the field of training; exceeding 100000 hours in numerous corporations worldwide; He is certified as a functional safety engineer, auditor, & IOSH-accredited trainer,
 

He is also a member of NFPA & AIChE; He is infamous for performing OH&S programs for the  petroleum sector;
 

His teaching style makes him one of the best Health and Safety Trainers in the Middle East.

Course Certificate

Upon completion of training, attendees will receive the below certificate: 

Certificate: Electrical Safety 

Awarding Body: International Association of Safety Professionals, USA. 

Sample- Certificate 

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Accreditation

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Fees

799 AED

**There is Special Discount for groups**