Blowing dust off wires, moving ladders, and walking through wet conditions are just a few of the many ways unsuspecting employees can fall victim to electrocution. While most of the attention towards electrical safety has recently focused on electricians and arc flash blasts, the reality is that common electrocution among common workers still kills or injures far more people.
NFPA 70E Article 110.2 says that "unqualified persons" shall be trained in, and be familiar with, any electrical safety-related practices necessary for their safety. This means that all people who are not electricians or "qualified" maintenance workers should be included if they do just about anything other than sit in a chair.
OSHA Electrical Safety Regulations Overview
Knowing the Harm Electricity can Cause
How to Identify Electrical Hazards
Understanding Safe Work Conditions
Understanding Electrical Lockout / Tagout
Electrical Safety-related Work Practices
Portable Electrical Tools & Equipment
The Importance of GFCI Circuit Protection
*Per OSHA guidelines, TPC Training instructor-led OSHA-30 courses must be taken in an in-person format.