Arc Flash & Shock Prevention Training, OTIS




This course focuses on Workplace Electrical Safety and the effective management of electrical hazards of arc flash and shock. This course includes Regulations, Standards and Best Practices, Understanding Electricity in the Workplace, Electrical Hazards: Understanding the Danger, Electrical Hazard Analysis, Establishing an Electrical Safe Work Condition, Engineering and Administrative Controls – Electrical Specific PPE, Tools & Equipment – Selection & Management; Selection of PPE, Tools & Equipment; Electrical Specific PPE, Tools & Equipment Management, Emergency Response, Incident Reporting and Program Maintenance. The course applies content from CSA Z462 Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, provides guidance on applying a Plan, Do, Check and Act philosophy when working with energized electrical equipment, and reviews Occupational Health & Safety Regulatory requirements. 0.4 Engineering Institute of Canada Continuing Education Units are awarded upon completion of the course. This course qualifies for 0.5 CMP credits To successfully complete this course, you’ll have to achieve 80% on the final. System Req: Internet Explorer (IE) 8 SP3 , Google Chrome 14 , Firefox 5 , Safari 5 | Adobe Flash Player 10 | Resolution 1024×768 | Javascript Enabled |

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