Title: OSHA below 600 Volts
Description: In this course the participant will be exposed to the basic tenets of the OSHA electrical requirements. A checklist will be given, similar to those used by OSHA compliance officers. Details of how to recognize and handle below 600 V electrical hazards are explained and applied to real world
applications. Case studies with proven applications to electrical hazards are explained. Topics covered include OSHA requirements for wiring methods, grounding, overcurrent protection, identification requirements and hazardous locations.
- How and why it is written
- Theory behind the below 600 volt requirements
- How to apply the tables to real world applications
- How to apply principles to interpretation
CEU’s –7, PDH’s - 24