Working safely around electricity is critically important. According to recent Bureau of Labor Statistics reports approximately 4,000 non-disabling and 3,600 disabling injuries occur annually from work with electricity, and on average one person dies every day from an electrical incident on the job. This course reviews who is covered and what activities are covered under the electrical standards, how electricity works and how electric shock occurs, the different types of electrical hazards and injuries, as well as safe practices for working with and around electricity.
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In the following infographic, we show you the five steps involved in a 1-800 'How Am I Driving?' incident report call---from recording a motorist's in-field observations to ensuring a safer driver returns to the road. Also included are some facts about our 'How...