Electricity has become an essential part of our lives; it betters the quality of our daily life, and we have become increasingly reliant on it in powering tools and gadgets used for work and leisure. Nonetheless, electricity can also be a hidden hazard as there are no physical signs such as sight, sound, smell, or touch to alert us. This electrical safety training course will discuss the advantages of electricity as well as its components-voltage, resistance, and current. It will differentiate between the two main categories of electricity and cover UK accident data in addition to proposing a way to remember electrical risks. Moreover, guidelines on safely helping someone who has had an electric shock are provided. Additionally, the classes finish by discussing workplace standards and regulations controlling electricity use along with easy maintenance plans and portable appliance testing that should be done by appropriate personnel.
• Define the terminologies used in relation to electricity and discuss what electricity is, as well as its advantages.
• Explain the harm it does to the body, how to stay safe around it, and how to help if someone is wounded.
• Be familiar with the regulations, further instructions, and standards put in place to lessen any potential harm.
• Be aware of the significance of managing electrical equipment safety.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 45 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes