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This safety video program on Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards, and how employees can avoid it on the job.

Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don't think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it's important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, and cardiac arrest.

Areas covered in the safety video program include:

  • shock and how to avoid it,
  • what arc flash is,
  • personal protective equipment,
  • creating an electrically safe condition,
  • avoiding arc flash situations and more.

The safety video program comes with a quiz, a scheduling and attendance form, a training certificate, and an employee training log.

Associated Regulations:

  • 1910.132 - General Requirements
  • 1910.137 - Electrical Protective Equipment
  • 1910.145 - Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
  • 1910.303 - General Electrical
  • 1910.333 - Selection and Use of Work Practices
  • 1910.335 - Safeguards for personnel protection;
  • 1910.5 - Applicability of Standards

This safety video program is produced by The MARCOM Group, Ltd.

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This safety video program on Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards, and how employees can avoid it on the job.

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