Electrical Safety Online Course
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- Course Description
- Course Objectives
- Who's this course suitable for?
Electrical Safety online training provides practical advice to promote safe working practices around electricity. The course includes basic electrical safety advice, why electrical accidents happen and how to prevent them. The Electrical Safety course covers the types of electrical accidents and injuries that may occur, such as electric shocks and electrical burns. It discusses the common causes of electricity-related accidents, eg faulty appliances, overloaded sockets and damaged cables. Guidance is provided on what general employees with no specialist electrical training can do to keep electrical equipment maintained in a safe manner. What to do in the event of an accident involving electricity is covered, including a high-voltage accident involving overhead power lines.
This online Electrical Safety training can be customised to meet your needs, enabling your workforce to understand the specific policies and procedures you have developed for your organisation. A designated course administrator can edit the text and images within the course, and link to organisation-specific documentation that may be in place, all at no extra cost.
On successful completion of the test users can download and print a certificate.
The course lasts approximately 55 minutes.
Users are required to take a final test consisting of 10 default questions. The default pass mark is 70%
The course administrator within your organisation can:
- Change the pass mark
- Implement the random test question feature which selects 10 questions from a bank of 20.
- Can specify that more than 10 questions must be answered (up to the full bank of 20 questions)
The course provides an introduction to working safely with electricity to all employees who use electricity and electrical appliances on a daily basis. The course references, but does not cover in detail, formal visual inspections and testing of portable electrical equipment (known as a portable appliance test – PAT).
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