"Electrical Safety for Managers and Supervisors Working with electricity can be very dangerous. Electrical workers are exposed almost every day as they go about their normal duties. Managers and supervisors need to be aware of the danger in order to eliminate or at least minimize those dangers. In this course, participants will explore the principles of electrical safety in the work environment as well as electrical safety areas including lock-out/tag-out, arc flash, lethality, electrical shock, and NFPA 70E and OSHA guidelines. All content is in accordance with current standards and taught by a certified Master Electrician. Making a living shouldn't have to cost you your life. Workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses are preventable. Safe jobs happen because employers make the choice to fulfill their responsibilities and protect their workers. Outcomes: • Key changes in the 2021 edition of NFPA 70E • Connection between OSHA’s standards and NFPA 70E • Responsibilities of employers and employees • Application of standards • Electrical Theory • The Safety Journey • Hierarchy of controls • Electric Shock • Arc Flash • Selection and use of PPE’s • Tools and Testing • Lockout/Tagout • Emergency procedures and Contact Release of shock victims"