OSHA’s General Industry Electrical Standard

Course Description:

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) General Industry Electrical Standard requires that you provide an electrical safety program that includes identification of electrical hazards, safety-related work practices to protect employees, and effective training for unqualified workers.

Course Duration: 24 minutes

Why “OSHA’s General Industry Electrical Standard” Matters:

It is important to understand your responsibility to provide an
electrical safety program that includes:

  • Identification of electrical hazards;
  • Safety-related work practices to protect employees; and
  • Effective training for qualified and unqualified employees.

Key Points:

Electrical hazards can result in severe injuries;

  • Only qualified employees are permitted to perform electrical work;
  • Qualified and unqualified workers must be trained to use safe work practices; and
  • Qualified employees must use appropriate PPE when performing electrical tasks.

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