Electrical Safety

Get your electrical certification today! Enroll in our 1-hour Electrical Safety Training course to learn about prevalent electrical hazards, as well as in-depth insights into OSHA regulations and worksite safety prerequisites for effective employee training.

Course Description

Every year tens of thousands of people are injured or killed from electrical shocks/contacts in the United States. Employees are exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, burns, fires, and explosions. It is essential to understand how electricity is potentially lethal for us and how we can save lives. This course gives a basic understanding of how to prevent or eliminate work-related injuries.

This course covers important topics, including:

  • OSHA’s general requirements for electrical work and equipment
  • Electrical dangers and hazardous locations
  • Operating equipment exceeding 600 volts
  • Grounding
  • Rules regarding enclosures, switches, and switchboards
  • General-use electrical equipment

Upon course completion, you will be able to:

  • Recognize electrical hazards on construction sites
  • Comprehend OSHA regulations regarding wiring and general use equipment
  • Identify specific regulations relevant to special use equipment
  • Describe hazardous locations and determine precautionary measures

Who Is This Course For?

  • Construction Workers
  • Anyone That Works Directly With Electricity

Why Are Customers Taking the Course?

  • Employer Requirement

Course Credit

1 hour


What is an Electrical Safety Course?

Electrical Safety Courses are programs designed to teach workers about the safe handling, installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems and equipment. Participating in OSHA electrical training can help individuals maintain a safe working environment.

When you complete this electrical safety course, you will receive a certificate of completion.

What's the Difference Between an Electrical Safety Course and the NFPA 70E Course?

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Course also teaches individuals how to minimize and prevent exposure to electrical hazards. 

However, there are a few differences between these two courses.

For one, the NFPA 70E course is more intensive, and is for professionals working in or around electrical environments. It is also a 4-hour long course.

Our online electrical safety course is the shorter version designed for anyone who works directly with electricity.

What Is an Electrical Safety Certificate Good For?

Depending on where you work, an electrical certificate from an electrical safety course might be required.

Many employers might also give hiring preference to candidates with a certificate of completion from an electrical safety course, even if they don’t require it.

Electrical Safety


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