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Electrical Safety - The OSHA Regulations

Satisfy the OSHA training requirements under 1910.331 for unqualified employees. Provide information employees need to work safely including electricity, fuses, circuit breakers, grounding, GFCI; outlets, plugs, extension cords, and ladders.

1995, 15 minutes.

VHS Spanish  
Take Charge: Work Safely with Temporary Electricity

This video has been developed to train construction employees how to work safely around temporary electricity.

1991, 17 minutes.

VHS English  
Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite!

Topics covered by this electrical safety kit include conductivity, levels of protection, safe work practices, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment, and emergency response.

1996, 20 minutes.

VHS - Kit English  
Real, Real Life: Electrical Safety

This interactive video program focuses on how employees can protect themselves from injury. Topics include awareness, attitude and action; conductivity; safe work practices; PPE; and using GFCI’s.

1998, 13 minutes.

VHS - Kit English  
General Electrical Principles

This video provides your employees with a foundation in how electricity works, electrical terminology, and the dangers that electricity can pose. It addresses correct work practices, hazard identification, and emergency response procedures.

2002, 18 minutes.

VHS English  
General Electrical Principles

This video provides your employees with a foundation in how electricity works, electrical terminology, and the dangers that electricity can pose. It addresses correct work practices, hazard identification, and emergency response procedures.

2002, 18 minutes.

VHS Spanish  
Electrical Safety

Gives a basic explanation of electricity, what it is and how it affects us. Also covers the coding of wire and what each color means, the role of circuits and circuit breakers, and fuses and how to replace them. Examines insulation and how it works, the various hand tools used in electrical work, and what gauge wire to use in certain applications. Covers preventing electrical shock and how to treat a person who has received an electrical shock.

2004, 30 minutes.

DVD English  
Life and Death: Electrical Safety

This video starts at the scene of an accident and works backwards. With the characters and audience playing the part of an accident investigator, clues are followed to uncover how the incident occurred.

2005, 19 minutes.

VHS English  
Electrical Safety: Know Your Ground

This program will help you comply with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.332. It covers the basic training needs of unqualified employees and serves as refresher training for qualified employees. It offers information about how electricity works, electrical hazards and how to eliminate or minimize them, the roles of qualified and unqualified employees, arc blast/arc flash, causes of electrical accidents, electrical protective devices, and safety practices.

2007, 12 minutes.

DVD - Kit English  
Electrical Safety: Basic Principles

This DVD provides definitions for several terms commonly used by electrical workers, and also covers housekeeping and circuit protection devices.

2004, 15 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Electrical Hazards: Avoid the Risk

This program provides guidelines for working with electrical circuits, proper grounding procedures and controlling electricity by using proper lockout/tagout methods. It also covers maintaining a safe environment, de-energizing equipment, and requirements and qualifications for electrical workers.

2004, 12 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Electrical Emergencies: Proper Response

This DVD covers information such as the three levels of electric shock, common causes and classifications of fire, and proper first aid measures for victims of shock or smoke inhalation It also covers reducing human error, emergency procedures, and how to extinguish electrical fires.

2004, 15 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Electrical Safety: Working Around Live Circuits

This training program is designed for qualified electrical workers and discusses requirements for qualification as specified by OSHA. It covers requirements for qualification, working with and around live circuits, the National Electrical Code, and test equipment.

2006, 7 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Take Electricity Seriously

Using examples from everyday home life, this video is a consciousness-raising effort geared towards safe behavior around electricity.

1993, 14 minutes.

VHS English  
Arc Flash Safety Awareness

The information in this program is drawn from NFPA 70E. It covers the three hazards encountered by those who work with or near electricity - electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. It also covers arc flash hazards, electrical safety programs, hazard analysis, PPE, and safe work practices.

2006, 18 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter

This DVD addresses the use of ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) by discussing the importance of grounding, defining what a GFCI is, and explaining what GFCIs will and won’t protect against. The program also compares GFCI programs in the construction industry with testing and inspection methods for electrical safety programs. Finally, the DVD addresses program requirements and reminds viewers of general electrical safety requirements.

2008, 10 minutes.

DVD English  
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter

This DVD addresses the use of ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) by discussing the importance of grounding, defining what a GFCI is, and explaining what GFCIs will and won’t protect against. The program also compares GFCI programs in the construction industry with testing and inspection methods for electrical safety programs. Finally, the DVD addresses program requirements and reminds viewers of general electrical safety requirements.

2008, 10 minutes.

DVD Spanish  
Maintenance Person Safety - General Maintenance

This program addresses hand/power tool safety, electrical and lockout safety, ladders, flammable liquids, and more.

1991, 16 minutes.

VHS English  
Solving the Mysery: Static Electricity

This DVD defines static electricity, identifies the dangers of static discharge, shows viewers how to recognize hazardous conditions, explains how to control static ignition, and discusses how to remove flammable atmospheres.

2009, 13 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Electrical Case History

On average, one worker is electrocuted every single day of the year. This DVD looks at the details of a real-life tragedy to help employees understand the potential dangers of working around electricity. It specifically presents proper lockout/tagout procedures and how to operate a scossor lift safely around electrical sources.

2013, 15 minutes.

DVD English