Basic Principles of Electricity™

Basic Principles of Electricity™

Basic Electrical Safety

This program explains the basic principles of electrical energy in an easy-to-understand, non-technical way. If electricity escapes the path of its intended circuits, the results can be shock, burns, respiratory failure, asphyxiation, internal bleeding and cardiac arrest to the human body, as well as physical damage to surrounding property.

Learning Path & Details

Suggested Industry Usage

Competencies

  • Keeping a Safe Workplace

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Training Files (10)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage 
Basic Principles of Electricity
Video with graphics and narrator
Full Video09:27 minEnglishDemo
Program Introduction
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Introduction01:21 minEnglishDemo
Circuit Breakers & Fuses
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette01:02 minEnglishDemo
Current and the Human Body
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette01:06 minEnglishDemo
GFCI
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette00:25 minEnglishDemo
Shock Protection & Grounding
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette00:56 minEnglishDemo
The Basic Electrical Circuit
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette02:21 minEnglishDemo
Program Conclusion
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Summary01:23 minEnglishDemo
Safety Reference Guide
Participant Materials
Workshop Material 32 pagesEnglishPreview
Certificate of Completion 1 pageEnglishPreview

Additional Information

Trainer Comments: Graphics and live vignettes illustrate the concepts of voltage, resistance, amperage, grounding, bonding, the effects of electrical current on the body including resulting injuries, and how safety devices like fuses, circuit breakers, and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) work to protect against unexpected heat and energy flow. There is also a discussion of the use of switches to control electric current and the important differences between “conductors” and “insulators.”


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