High Voltage Safety

High Voltage Safety covers the key aspect of the OSHA Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard, 29 CFR 1910.269. This standard applies to organizations that either generate electricity or transmit energy to others. It also applies to organizations that have their own substations or electrical distribution systems. During this electrical safety program, you will learn to recognize and avoid unsafe work areas. You will also learn correct approach distances. Upon completion of this electrical training, you will have a better understanding of proper voltage rated tools and the use of proper personal protective equipment (PPE). By educating workers on the high voltage safety issues central to the safe performance of their every day jobs, loss of life or serious injuries can be reduced and eliminated with safety workplace training. Your safety and the safety of your co-workers depend on it!

Topics covered

ELECTRICAL HAZARDS

  • Electric shocks, arcs and blasts
  • Fault current and potential difference

29 CFR 1910.269: ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION

  • Transmission, & Distribution
  • Job briefing Requirements
  • Hazardous energy control (lockout/tagout)
  • Switching procedures
  • Clearance procedures
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Arc-Rated clothing
  • Rubber protective equipment
  • Live-line tools & testing requirements
  • Working on or near exposed lines
  • De-energizing lines and equipment
  • Personal Protective Grounding
  • Substations Safety
  • Special conditions
  • Capacitors
  • Current transformers
  • Potential transformer hazards
  • Fuse/Relay Coordination

NOTE: Earning CEU Credit
Professionals should consult their association or regulating body prior to registering for this training course to ensure acceptance as part of their professional development. Lewellyn requires advanced notice when CEU’s are necessary to cover any additional cost that may be incurred.