Electrical appliances and machinery are found in virtually every home and workplace. While they are common and convenient, they can also be quite dangerous. Thousands of people are shocked every year. An average of 60 people die each year from electric shock from small appliances, power tools, and lighting equipment. Knowing how to reduce the risk of electric shock, as well as how to respond should an injury occur, is essential for everyone.
- Describe electricity basics
- Define electric shock and other electrical hazards
- Identify safety precautions when working with electricity
- Identify variables affecting a person's injuries from an electric shock
- Identify possible injuries and symptoms of electric shock
- Describe emergency rescue and care for an electric shock victim
- NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
28 Minutes (17 min. video + 11 min. test)
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