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Learn how indentifying shock and arc flash hazards can help prevent injuries and incidents.
Detailed review of changes in the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code with particular emphasis on design and installation requirements.
Geared toward non-electrical workers, this course teaches the basics of electrical code and safety related issues.
Z462-12 - Workplace electrical safety
C22.1-12 PACKAGE - Consists of C22.1-12, Canadian electrical code, part I (22nd edition), safety standard for electrical installations; CE code pocket reference book and the C22.1HB-12, CE code handbook, an explanation of rules of the canadian electrical code, part I
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Shock and arc flash are potentially catastrophic events that can cause severe or fatal injuries. Employers have a legal duty to protect workers from workplace hazards and electrical-based hazards present a very real threat to worker safety. The new edition of CSA Z462 has been extensively updated to provide guidance on integrating electrical safety programs into Occupational Health & Safety management systems, implementing best safety practices for working on and around electrical equipment, and demonstrating due diligence in prevention of electrical injuries. This updated course can help ensure that workers and your businesses are better equipped to deal with electrical hazards.
Your instructor is an extensively-trained electrical safety professional with years of field experience, and who has in-depth knowledge of safe electrical installation practices and the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code. You'll be guided through an intensive program of study that has been developed by a team of industry professionals, and participate in interactive exercises designed to provide practical knowledge and understanding of electrical safety in the workplace that will give you an advantage over your competitors.
This is part 1/7 in a series of videos outlining the changes to the 2012 edition of Z462 - Workplace Electrical Safety. Part 1 answers the question "What is CSA Z462?". View the rest of the series on our YouTube channel.