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This Electric Safety Presentation will help the HSE Professionals to train the Workers at working place how to remain safe from electric shock and what Precaution should be done as HSE Professionals to save the workers life.


Electricity - Accidents 
HSE Professionals should have knowledge that most of accidents causes are electric shock after Fall from Height ( if you want to Download Fall from Height HSE Presentation Click on this link to Download https://bit.ly/3uqP1Cr

●  About 20 workers are electrocuted every month.
● Electric Shock is main reason  of deaths of 12% of young workers at Working Sites.
 It takes very little electricity to create an accident.
 High risk of creating fires.

Electricity - How It Works

● It requires a power source: usually a power generating channel
● The flow of electrons ( electricity ) goes through the conductor
● Electricity  travels through a closed circuit

Electrical Terms
There are many Electric HSE Professionals should already know there are some example is given:

● Current - electric movement (measured in amps)

● Resistance - blockage of electrical flow

● Conductors - materials, such as metal, that have low resistance to 
electricity that allows electricity to flow

● Insulators - materials with high electrical resistance such as glass, clay, plastic, and dry wood that prevent electric Shock,

The severity of the shock


● The severity of the electrocution shock  depends on:
● The current approach to the body
● Current flow in the body (amps)
● How long your body get shock ( Current ) remain in your body

Risks of Electrical Shock



● Over 75 mA currents can cause rapid, ineffective heartbeat - death will occur within minutes without the use of a defibrillator.

● 75 mA is not the most current - a small power drill uses 30 times more

Electrical Burns
 Occurs when you touch electrical wiring or equipment that is used or not properly maintained.
 It usually happens on the hands.
 Serious injuries that need immediate attention.

 

Fall

 Electric shock can also cause indirect damage
Workers at high altitudes who experience shock may fall, resulting in serious injuries or death.

Electrical hazards and How to Do It 

● Electrical hazards are caused by a combination of three factors:
● Unsafe equipment and / or installation,
●Unsafe work actions


Risk - High Power Lines

Examples of machines that can touch power lines:
 ● Crane
 ● Staircase
 ● Backhoe
 ● Scissors lift
 ● Raised dump truck bed
 ● Aluminum paint roller

Working Near Over Head Power Lines

● Stay at least 10 meters away

● Should Placed Safety Signs at Workplace on Overhead Power Lines for Awareness

● Use wooden or fiberglass stairs, not metal

●Electrical workers need specialized training and PPE

Risk - Overcrowded Circuits

Accidents can arise from:

● There are too many devices connected to the circuit, causing hot wires and probably fire

●Lack of current protection

●The melting of the protection insulation of wire , which may cause fire hazards in the area where overload is available, or within the wall

Tool Safety Tips

● Use appropriate gloves and shoes
● Do not use in wet / wet conditions
● Keep workspaces well lit.
● Remove damaged tools from use.


Electric Shock Prevention

●Check the tools before use
●Select the appropriate tool for each work assigned to complete
●Protect your tools from damage

  Temporary lights

Protect against contact and damage, and do not suspend cords unless it is designed to do so.

Work-Related Work Habits

Protecting workers from electrocution:

●Use obstacles and guards to prevent you from passing through powerful open machine areas

●Plan the activity in advance, Place safety Signs and use precautionary measures,

●Keep working spaces and walkways away from cables,

Electric shock Prevention - Planning

● Plan your work with others
●Plan to avoid falls
●Remove jewelry
●Avoid wet conditions and  heavy Power Lines

Avoid Wetlands

●If you touch a live cable or other electrical object while standing even in a small water hole you will experience shock.

●Damaged installations, equipment, or tools may expose you to electrical components.

●Wet clothes, high humidity, and sweat increase your chances of getting electrocuted.


Training of Workers by HSE Professionals 

●Train electrical workers in safe working conditions, including:

● How to Check electrical equipment before using at Workplace
power tools are in good working order

●Use appropriate protection


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