This course teaches the knowledge, skills, and best practices that are required to work safely around electrical hazards in the field. Participants will learn how to identify the electrical hazards on a job site and develop a plan to mitigate the dangers.
Arborists, forestry professionals, tree care professionals, construction trades, heavy equipment operators, and environmental consultants are just a few of the trades who commonly require Electrical Hazard Awareness Training (EHAT) training.
NATS is the largest training provider of EHAT in the arboriculture, forestry, construction, and heavy equipment trades and our EHAT course has been recognized by all types of electric utilities, as well as federal agencies such as OSHA the USDA, USFS, and US Army Corps of Engineers.
Following is a list of topics covered during the course:
- Industry Safety Statistics
- Electrical Safety Standards & Regulations
- Electrical Terminology
- Basic Electrical Theory
- Electrical Distribution Systems
- Electrical System Hardware Identification
- Common Hazards & Typical Injuries
- Electrical Hazard Controls
- Safer Work Practices
Cost: $29.99 per registrant
This is a self-paced online training which means you can take the course when your schedule allows. Once purchased, you will have 30 days to complete the course.
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