Electrical Transmission and Distribution Safety
This online course
provides facilities engineers with guidelines on the safe operation and maintenance
of electrical equipment and installations used for transmission and distribution
of electrical power. The contents cover general safety practices; switching,
tagging, testing of circuits and equipment; overhead lines, switchyards, substations
and underground line maintenance. The course materials are based entirely on
the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command's Publication P-1060: Electrical
Transmission and Distribution Safety Manual. This course includes a multiple-choice
quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of course materials.
At the conclusion of this course, the student will:
The purpose of
this course is to provide facilities engineers with guidelines on the safe operation
and maintenance of electrical equipment and installations used for transmission
and distribution of electrical power. You will be directed to the U.S. Naval
Facilities Engineering Command's website to study
Electrical Transmission and Distribution Safety Manual (59 pages, PDF file format, 195 KB).
click on the above underlined text to view, save or print the document for your
additional technical information related to this subject, please visit the following
websites or web pages:
OSHA: Safety and Health Topics - Electric Power Transmission and Distribution
State of Arkansas Department of Labor Safety Code NO. 11: Electrical Transmission/Distribution Facilities (107 pages, a PDF file)
Once you finish studying the above course content you need to take a quiz to obtain the PDH credits.