Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS)
ESTS is a highly interactive, media-rich experience that uses a 3D “virtual electrical workplace” to immerse learners in real-life scenarios. This unique digital electrical classroom helps showcase vital concepts and skills. Each module includes a knowledge check that uses interactive elements to engage the learner in the subject matter. ESTS provides electrical hazard-specific training related to hierarchical preventive and protective control measures.
- Regulations, Standards, and Best Practices
- Understanding Electricity in the Workplace
- Electrical Hazards: Understanding the Potential for Harm
- Risk Assessment Procedure
- Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
- Engineering and Administrative Controls
- Electrical Specific PPE, Tools, and Equipment
- Selection of PPE, Tools, and Equipment
- Electrical Specific PPE, Tools, and Equipment Management
- Emergency Response, Incident Reporting, and Program Maintenance
Course Duration: 4.5 Hours
This course was developed using industry-accepted best practice standards in support of meeting OSHA and OH&S Regulatory due diligence for arc flash and shock. It was produced in partnership with industry-leading subject matter experts.
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