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Electrical problems are one of the leading causes of OSHA violations for businesses across the United States. Even if your workers do not directly deal with electrical components during their day-to-day tasks, it is important for all employees to know how to stay safe around electricity.
Electricity is dangerous for workers and OSHA violations are expensive. Keep costs down while protecting your workers with TC Risk Management OSHA electrical safety training.
Almost all jobsites use electricity in some form, making its risks unavoidable. Electricity can cause shocks to people and equipment. Electrical currents can cause permanent disability or be fatal, depending on the charge. Strong surges of electricity can destroy equipment components requiring expensive repairs or replacement.
Sparks from frayed wires or faulty equipment can lead to fires and explosions. Even a surge-protected outlet in an office can pose a fire hazard if flammable objects are placed too close. Severe weather can overload circuits, another reason all employees should be trained and prepared for dealing with electrical disasters.
TC Risk Management electrical safety training will get your workers ready to work safely around electrical components. We cover all of the following for qualified and unqualified electrical training:
TC Risk Management electrical safety training covers everything from the very basics to more advanced OSHA requirements.
We know it can be hard to arrange travel and days off for your workers to get their required electrical training. TC Risk has a solution: our onsite electrical safety units are able to go directly to worksites across the country to deliver our OSHA training courses. Each van or trailer has a custom setup to teach electrical LOTO, hazardous power shutoff, confined space entry, and fall protection. Arrange a class for your company today without having to worry about travel or accommodations for all your workers.
If you’re located in Wisconsin or Illinois, considering coming to Milwaukee for our classroom safety training. The classroom setting can benefit managers and supervisors who prefer to learn away from the distractions of the jobsite.