Course curriculum

    1. Course Design, Types of Electrical Hazards, Statistics, Emergency Response, Hierarchy of Risk Controls

    2. Lesson One Quiz

    1. Electrically Safe Work Conditions, Test Instruments, Limits of Approach, Shock Protection

    2. Lesson Two Quiz

    1. Voltage Rated Gloves, Insulated Tools, GFCI, Job Safety Plan and Briefs, Energized Work

    2. Lesson Three Quiz

    1. Arc Flash, Label Requirements, Incident Energy, Arc Flash Boundary, Working Distance, Normal Operation

    2. Lesson Four Quiz

    1. PPE - Head Face & Chin Protection, Protecting the Ears, Body Protection, Outer and Inner Wear

    2. Lesson Five Quiz

    1. Final Exam

About this course

  • $45.00
  • 11 lessons
  • 0.5 hours of video content

Who should complete this electrical safety training?

Although this training is not a replacement for more in-depth instructor-led classroom training, it is a great tool for keeping the safety skills of qualified electrical workers sharp and concise or ensuring the safety of new hires or contractors who will be performing electrical work in your facility by reinforcing the use of recognized electrical safety standards.

Este curso también está disponible en Español:  "1 Hora en Línea - Trabajador Eléctrico Calificado - Entrenamiento en Seguridad"

New Workers

Newly hired workers will likely be acquired between scheduled live electrical training sessions. This course is a necessary introduction to NFPA 70E’s most critical information.

Outside Technicians and Maintenance Persons

Most companies routinely bring in third party technicians and maintenance workers on an as-needed basis. This affordable 1-hour course will help ensure their safety, your equipments’ safety and your OSHA compliance.

Refresher for Electricians and Safety Managers

Staff electricians and safety managers need to be aware of current NFPA 70E regulations. This quick refresher will help keep you and your employees up to speed and OSHA compliant.

Upon completion of the 1hr Qualified Electrical Worker training you will be able to:

  • Identify the electrical hazards present in the workplace
  • Describe methods of Safe Contact Release (free someone who is being shocked)
  • List the hierarchy of risk controls
  • Define a qualified person
  • List the steps required to create an electrically safe condition
  • Identify the proper test instrument for verifying the absence of voltage
  • Recognize the shock hazard protection boundaries
  • Describe protective barriers and shields
  • Identify various alerting methods
  • Describe the methods used to select and test insulating gloves
  • Recognize insulated tools and when to use them
  • Understand the requirements for performing energized work
  • Identify common causes of arc flash events
  • Describe the hazards associated with arc flash/blast events
  • Understand how to read an arc flash warning label
  • Determine personal protective equipment requirements based on incident energy
  • State the care and maintenance requirements of electrical personal protective equipment
  • Identify the rating, use and limitations of arc flash personal protective equipment