Electrical safety provides a comprehensive understanding of theory and industry best practices to ensure personnel safety when dealing with electric power lines and substations. Students learn the concepts of equipotential grounding, bracket grounding, and single-point grounding while understanding how these concepts affect their personal safety.
Students review safety equipment testing requirements and procedures for readiness while learning common sense aspects of safe electrical grounding. They learn to appreciate the rationale behind single-point grounding, proper vehicle safety, and equipment testing, while discussing the safety concerns outlined in OSHA accountability for proper personnel training and equipment selection.
Electrical Safety is designed to significantly reduce the risk of serious injury accidents.