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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 6,210 work-related deaths occurred in private sector workplaces employing 11 workers or more. Six percent of the fatalities, or around 347 deaths, were the direct result of electrocutions at work. In addition to being trained in, and familiar with, safety-related work practices, unqualified employees must be trained on the inherent hazards of electricity, such as voltages, electric current, grounding, and lack of guarding. ALL employees who face a risk of electrical shock, burns or other related injuries, not reduced to a safe level by the installation of safety requirements of Subpart S, must be trained in safety-related work practices by 29 CFR 1910.331-.335. This half-day course meets these training requirements for working safely around electricity.
- 1910.331 Electrical Safety-Relate Work Practices including covered and excluded work by both qualified and unqualified persons.
- 1910.332 Training including scope, content of training, and type of training.
- 1910.333 Selection and Use of Work Practices including working on/near exposed de-energized and energized parts.
- 1910.334 Use of Equipment including portable electric equipment, electric power and lighting circuits, test instruments and equipment and occasional use of flammable or ignitable materials.
- 1910.335 Safeguards and Personnel Protection including use of protective equipment & alerting techniques
Wilder H. Allen is a federal OSHA authorized instructor for general industry and construction with more than 33 years of professional experience in the construction, general, heavy equipment and utility industries. He is a former Indiana OSHA compliance officer trainer and is president of Safety Management Corporation, one of the leading OSHA training and compliance companies in the nation.
Three (3) credits for the MI Chamber Basic or Advanced Environmental, Health & Safety Compliance Certification Program.