Electrical Safety Training

Technical Skills Are Not Enough

Lack of training in good workmanship, good work practices, or good work hygiene can lead to downtime.

Brad was a maintenance electrician at a plastics plant. The plant had designated repair techs, based on the idea that pulling someone off a maintenance job is asking for failures in the future. Brad kept noting odd problems with equipment. For example, the plug-in cabling connectors in various electronics were not fully engaged. He’d often find detritus and grease smudges in the cabinets, and dirt in moving parts.

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