About this course…
This training course allows students to understand, as an operator, the risks associated with their job. Operators will be informed of what tasks they may or may not be qualified to do and the risks associated with those tasks. The student will be able to recognize what risks are present when operating circuit breakers, switches and panel boards. The course progresses through various Lockout/Tagout standards (29CFR1910.147 and .333) and reviews the pertinent portions of the Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices regulation and NFPA 70E as they apply to personnel working as an operator.
Who should attend…
Equipment Operators who are not qualified persons by OSHAs definition.
Basic electrical knowledge and terms.
Course Length 1 days (8 contact hours)
Each open-enrollment student will receive a course text and a copy of NFPA 70E.
- Hazards of electricity
- Lock-out tag-out
- Electrical safety-related work practices
- Proper methods to remove or install draw-out circuit breakers
- Operation of switches and breakers
- Personal Protective Equipment