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Electrical Shock

Electrical Shock, Construction

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Electrical Shock, Construction

While most personnel are aware that there is a danger of electrical shock or electrocution in general, many workers are unaware of the potential electrical hazards present in their daily work environment, which makes them more vulnerable to the danger of electrical shock. This safety topic provides information on the dangers of electric shock and how workers can avoid this deadly workplace hazard.

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OSHA QuickCard - Electrical Safety

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OSHA Fact Sheet - Working Safely with Electricity

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Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Workers Video by Schneider Electric

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NIOSH Electrical Safety Student Manual

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