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Electrical Safety

We are all familiar with the great things electricity can do for us, but we also need to know what it is and how it works in order to use it safely.  Whether you are looking to train on the NFPA70E Standard or a basic introduction to working around electricity, there will be a program to fit what your needs. 

2024 NFPA 70E for Electrical Workers
Product Code: NFPA24W

This program provides electrical workers with an understanding of the requirements of the 2024 NFPA® 70E® that relate to the safe performance of electrical work. It explains the dual hazards of electric shock and arc flash as well as the factors that contribute to the severity of injury.
Electrical Contact Release Training
Product Code: ECR

People who receive an electric shock are unable to release themselves from contact with an energized conductor or circuit part. These incidents likely prove fatal without immediate assistance gaining release.  When electrical workers, their coworkers and potential responders are trained in electrical contact release and first aid, it greatly increases the odds of surviving an electric shock.
A qualified electrical worker wearing the proper PPE and utilizing safe electrical work practices
Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers
Product Code: EQW

The purpose of this program is to explain the safety precautions a qualified electrical worker must always take to avoid needless tragedies while performing any type of electrical work.
Electrical equipment workers may encounter where basic electrical safety training may be required
Electrical Safety for Everyone
Product Code: ESEV

This program provides viewers with a general understanding of how electricity works while showing them the actions they can take to prevent becoming part of an energized electrical circuit.
A worker demonstrating safe electrical work practices while working on an electrical panel
General Electrical Principles
Product Code: GEP

Electricity is so common in our lives that we often take it for granted, causing us to disregard its power.  In fact, every year more than 1,000 people are killed and another 30,000 are injured in electrical mishaps.
Electrical Hazards: One of Construction's Fatal Four
Product Code: FFEL

Topics include maintaining safe distances from power lines, the effects of electrical shock, how electrical burns can occur and be avoided, ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), safety precautions for working on electrical equipment and safe use of extension and flexible power cords.
An electrical worker injured in an electrical accident caused by not following safe work practices
High Impact: Electrical Safety
Product Code: ELS

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A worker injured in an electrical accident because safe electrical work practices were not used
Life & Death: Electrical Safety
Product Code: LDELS

As a subdivision of our best-selling "High Impact Series", this program has a very unique approach where it starts on the scene of an accident and works backwards. With the characters and audience playing the part of an accident investigator, they use the clues to solve the mystery of how the incident occurred.
A re-enactment of the injuries Mark Standifer suffered from an arc flash or arc blast incident
The Mark Standifer Story: Lessons Learned from an Arc Flash Tragedy
Product Code: TMSS

While installing relays on the door of a 13,800-volt switchgear, Mark made several crucial errors resulting in a tragedy that will affect Mark and his family for the rest of their lives. In this powerful program, viewers will see the mistakes he made and
Arc flash incident survivor Mark Standifer discussing shock and burn hazards for electrical workers
Mark Standifer's Electrical Safety Briefing
Product Code: MSESB

As a survivor of an arc flash incident, Mark stresses the importance of thinking about what we are doing and being aware of all shock and burn hazards when performing electrical job tasks.
An example of a stored energy hazard in a warehouse creating a dangerous work environment.
Stored Energy: The Hidden Hazard
Product Code: SEHH

This program is designed to raise your employees' awareness of all types of stored energy hazards in the work environments where they can be found.