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These 2-day classes will be offered in three convenient California locations in April and May 2018. Electrical hazards are a leading cause of construction worker fatalities, and are one of OSHA’s “Focus Four” top priorities. Non-electricians suffer the largest percentage of fatalities due to electrocution.
This course preps trainers to teach basics non-electricians need to know to work safely around electrical hazards. Participants receive a complete ready-to-teach curriculum, links to resources, and teaching tips. As a bonus, guest speakers from Cal/OSHA and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) add their expertise to assure trainers have the information they need.
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