RedVector RVCT-560

Working with Electricity at a Mine

Working with Electricity at a Mine

0.47 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVCT-560

SME: Convergence Training

Working with or around electricity can expose miners and others onsite to a range of hazards, including electric shock, arc flash, and even explosions and toxic chemicals when working with batteries. This course discusses the elements of an effective electrical safety program, testing electrical circuits, using extension cords, working with batteries and generators, and how to work safely around power lines.
Course Objectives
•List items covered in an effective electrical safety program •Describe how to prepare for electrical work •Describe the risks and process of testing electrical circuits •List best practices for lockout/tagout of electrical circuits •Describe the proper use of extension cords •Identify hazards and best practices for working with batteries •Identify hazards and best practices for working around generators •List best practices for working safely around power lines
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Convergence Training
With over a decade of experience designing advanced 3D animated courseware and developing our proprietary learning management software, we pride ourselves by having developed over 1,000 safety and operations training modules which have helped train over 250,000 workers worldwide. Our highly experienced team is dedicated to providing the industry with a simple and high-quality means of training their workforce. Whether the team consists of 25 people or an enterprise with thousands, we're here to help.