Extension Cords & GFCIs A
Office buildings, warehouses, and manufacturing plants are some of the different types of work environments where electrical hazards are an area of major safety concern and account for a large number of injuries and fatalities. Extension cords and GFCIs (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters) can be found on most electrical equipment and electrical outlets at your workplace. Remembering a few safety tips can help prevent serious injuries from happening.
Long Version - 6 pages
Short Version - 2 pages
Quiz and Answer Sheet
Extension Cords & GFCIs A, Industry
Fast Version - 1 page
Blank Sign-in Sheet
Resources & References
Standards or Regulations
OSHA 1910.334(a)(2)(i) Cord and plug connected equipment and [extension cords] shall be inspected.View
Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic reviewing safety tips to prevent serious injuries when working with electrical tools and equipment and the extension cords and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) that may needed for the job.