100 Questions on Electrical Safety

Course Overview
100 Questions on Electrical Safety is an intermediate online course that tests your knowledge in a wide variety of areas of working safely with electricity. The course will provide questions for you to review, with answers, and you will take a quiz at the conclusion of the course to ensure your safety success.

Intended Audience
100 Questions on Electrical Safety is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for working with electricity safely in the workplace.

Construction Managers
Construction Supervisors
Construction Workers
Learning Objectives
This online safety training course provides an in-depth look at electrical safety by breaking down key terms. The 100 questions on electrical safety training are broken down so that you can focus on the key terms and definitions for better understanding.

Electrical Safety Question Topics
100 Questions on Electrical Safety: 1-15
Safety Standards: 16-23
Hazard and Risk Analysis: 24-27
Personal Protective Equipment: 28-40
Safety Grounds: 41-43
Approach Boundaries: 44-47
Safety Equipment: 48-55
Arc Flash and Arc Fault: 56-70
Lockout and Tagout (LOTO): 71-78
Checking for Absence of Voltage: 79-82
Electrical Safety Definitions: 83-100
Features and Benefits
ClickSafety’s 100 Questions on Electrical Safety training online course features 100 questions and answers to test your knowledge of working with and around electrical energy safely. When you have successfully completed this course, you will:

Understand electrical safety programs
Know the importance of auditing
Know why table notes in consensus standards are vital
Know the process to identify hazards and quantify the likelihood of incidents or injuries
Understand that regular work site inspections by a competent person
Know the hazard/risk analysis is a mathematical formula invented by OSHA
Know the definition of electrical PPE and FR clothing
Understand the importance and proper use of PPE
Select and promote the use of correct PPE while on the job
Define and describe safety grounds, know why they are needed and how to properly use and select safety grounds
Define, describe and understand the importance of approach boundaries
Understand the difference between shock boundary and a flash protection boundary
Know the proper selection, use, and testing of the electrical equipment
Follow OSHA standards to ensure your safety
Know the definition of arch flash and arc fault
Know how to determine when you are at risk of exposure
Know how to protect yourself if you are exposed
Know the difference between ac and dc circuit
Be aware of the most common causes of arc fault
Know the key terms regarding lockout/tagout (LOTO)
Know when they should be used
Understand the definition of lockout/tagout (LOTO)
Know how checking for absence of voltage differs from measuring voltage
Know the proper testing method
Understand the importance, use, and selection of voltmeters
Have a better understanding of the definitions in this course
Review these terms and definitions for better understanding