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Electrical Tools & Safety

Electrical Tools & Safety


This program examines the basics of electrical circuits in detail. We look at various components of a circuit, voltage, current, resistance and Ohm's Law, series and parallel circuits, and demonstrate a range of calculations for voltage, current, resistance, power and the use of Kirchoff's Law. We look at how to use a multimeter, resistors and resistance colour coding. Students are provided with clear verbal and visual explanations of the movement of current through a circuit, how it flows and how electrical energy is used, and easy-to-follow examples of how Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws are applied.

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DVD / 2013 / 22 minutes

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Working with electricity is potentially dangerous. If something does go wrong and someone is injured, knowing how to deal with the situation, and treat the victim, can save lives. This program explores electrical safety. Guided by an engaging presenter and qualified electrician, it examines the dangers of electricity, the cause, effect and treatment of electric shock, and how to avoid the dangers. It explains risk management, testing for dead, electricity and water, the effects of different levels of current on the body and first aid techniques to administer to shock victims, including the DRABCD procedure.

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DVD / 2013 / 15 minutes

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Those who work with electricity continually run the risk of electric shock and electrical fires. This video details electricity -related safety procedures to follow for these hazards as well as protection of electrical instruments and solid -state devices. An excellent overview for those who work with electricity and a useful general safety video for anyone else studying technology.

DVD / 2011 / 23 minutes

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This video offers a complete explanation of electrical and fire safety?policies and procedures. This training program will help protect your staff, your patients and your visitors in the event of a fire or electrical emergency. The nature of electricity is described in detail as well as electrical and fire safety procedures. Better Safe also touches on the "Right to Know Law" as well as evacuation procedures.

DVD / 2007 / 14 minutes

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Schematic and wiring diagrams; Series and parallel circuits; Reading electrical Diagrams and industrial schematics

DVD / 2006 / 21 minutes

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Importance of electrical drawings; Electric power; Electrical drawings And wiring; Using electrical drawings

DVD / 2006 / 12 minutes

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Wires and connections; Switches; Power supply; Coils and transformers; Fuses and circuit breakers; Grounding; contacts; Resistors

DVD / 2006 / 18 minutes

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EMT bender; Bending and assembling conduit; Knockout punches; Fish Tapes; Pliers; Wire and cable strippers; Test and safety equipment

DVD / 2006 / 16 minutes

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Electricity is all around us. Learn how to usethis powerful source of energy withoutputting yourself at risk.

Learning Objectives:
1) Students will learn about conductors and insulators and they will learn how each reacts to electricity.
2) Students will learn about precautions to take when operating electrical appliances or power tools.
3) Students will learn what to do if someone is receiving an electric shock.

DVD / 2004 / (Grades 6-12) / 15 minutes

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Focusing on basic electrical safety procedures, the DVD discusses proper grounding of tools and equipment, the purpose of over-current protective devices and the purpose and care of insulation on electric power cords. Correct usage of the tools and following safe and approved working procedures are emphasized. Proper electrical material identification also is a focus. Using an electrical demonstration board, students are shown how to wire three circuits commonly found in most residences - a duplex receptacle, a lighting fixture controlled by a dimmer switch and a three-way lighting circuit.

DVD / 2004 / 250 minutes

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The featured expert displays and demonstrates the usage of a variety of pliers, screwdrivers, drills and bits, saws, conduit tools, test instruments and miscellaneous tools used in electrical work. Correct usage of the tools and following safe and approved working procedures are emphasized.

DVD / 1995 / 53 minutes

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Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters - Insulation and grounding are 2 recognized means of preventing injury during electrical equipment operation. Conductor insulation may be provided by placing non-conductive material such as plastic around the conductor. Grounding may be achieved through the use of direct connection to a known ground such as a metal cold water pipe.

DVD / 11 minutes

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Construction; Light- and heavy-duty drills; Accessories; Drill sizes and bits; Use and maintenance; Safety

DVD / 18 minutes

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Operation; Bits and chisels; Self-drilling anchors; Mechanical, electrical, and Environmental safety

DVD / 17 minutes

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When faced with an emergency such as electric shock or an electric fire, one's initial response can literally save lives. This DVD covers crucial information such as the three levels of electric shock, common causes and classifications of fire and proper first aid measures that should be administered to victims of shock or smoke inhalation.

Program Covers:
  • Reducing human error when working around electricity
  • Emergency procedures
  • How to extinguish electrical fires

    DVD (With Handbook, Leader's Guide) / 15 minutes

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    Discusses safe work practices that every electrical worker should employ in order to avoid the risk of electric shock or electrocution. The DVD also provides guidelines for working with electrical circuits, proper grounding procedures as well as controlling electricity by using proper lockout/tagout methods.

    Program Covers
  • Tool care
  • Maintaining a safe environment
  • Deenergizing equipment and lockout/tagout procedures
  • Requirements and qualifications for electrical workers

    DVD (With Handbook, Leader's Guide) / 12 minutes

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    Electricity is all around us. It lights up our homes... powers much of the machinery and equipment that we use... and runs many of our tools. We are so used to it, most employees "take it for granted." Yet electricity can also be dangerous. Employees need to know how electricity works, and what they should do to protect themselves from its hazards.

    "Electrical Safety" remind employees about electrical hazards they may face in their jobs, and provides the information they need to work safely around electricity. This program will also assist in satisfying the OSHA training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.331 (Electrical Safety Standard) for "non-qualified" employees. Topics covered in these products include:

  • How electricity works.
  • Fuses and circuit breakers.
  • Grounding and GFIs.
  • Safe work practices.
  • Outlets, plugs and extension cords.
  • Working with electrical equipment.
  • Using ladders around electricity.
  • Electrical emergencies.
  • and more.

    DVD (With Leader's Guide) / 18 minutes

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    Electricity is essential to modern life, both at home and on the job. As a source of power, electricity is accepted without much thought to the hazards encountered. Perhaps because it has become such a familiar part of our surroundings, it often is not treated with the respect it deserves. To handle electricity safely, you need to understand how electricity acts, how it can be approached and the hazards it presents. You also need to know how these hazards can be controlled. Learn as much as you can and use this program as the beginning, not the end of your training in electrical safety.

    Topics included in this safety video are: electrical fires, National Electrical Code, primary hazards of electricity including shock, burns, arc blasts, explosions, and fires, CPR, lightning, surge protectors, special wiring systems, grounding system, copper ground rod, extension cords, double insulation, electrical storms, basic electrical safety tips including Water and electricity, metal ladders, inspect electrical equipment, Test the circuit, power lines, grounding, electrical repairs, UL, extension cords rated at a lower capacity, octopus plugs, heating appliances, and fuses or circuit breakers.

    DVD / 16 minutes

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    Today, laboratories rely on a vast array of electrically powered equipment. To work safely with this equipment, employees need to understand how electricity works, be aware of common electrical hazards and know how to use electricity safely.

    "Electrical Safety in the Laboratory" emphasize the need for safety when using electricity, and discuss how to reduce the potential for accidents involving electrical shock, fire and explosions. Topics covered in these products include:

  • How electricity works.
  • Common electrical hazards.
  • Fuses, circuit breakers and grounding.
  • Using and maintaining electrical equipment.
  • Accidents and emergency procedures.
  • ˇKand more.

    DVD (With Leader's Guide) / 12 minutes

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    There are different types of electricity or electrical energy; low voltage, high voltage, static electricity, alternating current, direct current, and so on.

    DVD / 11 minutes

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    Fire Protection - Electrical Safety - It's important to review the basics of fire protection periodically just to improve our awareness. The most important aspect of fire prevention is keeping your work area neat, clean, and organized. The first rule is to keep all work areas neat, clean, and organized.

    DVD / 9 minutes

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    Educational resources include:

    Diagrams and Schematics
    Learn the proper reading and comprehension of Point-to-Point and Across-the-Line electrical diagrams and schematics.

    Electrical Reference Library
    Easy access to electrical theory, principles, and safety topics make the product valuable to novices while allowing experienced users to select areas they may want to revisit.

    Troubleshooting Techniques
    Bring Ferris State University's time-tested troubleshooting techniques to your office. Technicians learn valuable time-saving ways to troubleshooting electrical problems for residential heating and cooling units.

    No other HVACR training software can boast the mix of educational and practical experience. Content found on this CD was developed by five Ferris HVACR professors who bring 60 years of field experience and over 75 years of classroom experience to your home, office or school.

    Electrical Case Studies
    Participants get "real world" problems through computer simulations, allowing them to practice what theyˇ¦ve learned. Build-in reporting provides progress feedback.

    A Software Program that pays for itself...How?

    Reduce Time
    By following simple diagnostic routines, technicians analytically narrow their search for problem areas and take the guessing out of troubleshooting.

    Reduce Call Backs
    Make your customers happy, do it right the first time!

    Reduce Training Costs
    No seminar fees, scheduling problems or travel costs. Training anytime, in your own office, school or home using interactive educational material.

    Increase Training Value
    Get a training product from an educational institution that has been in the business of education HVACR technicians since 1945.

    Increase Productivity
    Spend less time on a job site (both in initial contact and call backs).

    Increase Profitability
    By reducing training time, customer call backs, and business downtime, this product will pay huge dividends.

    System Requirements
  • Windows 3.1 or higher
  • Processor: 486/50
  • RAM: 8MB
  • CD-ROM: 2X
  • Sound Card: Sound blaster compatible
  • Video: 640x480 VGA (256 colors)

    CD-ROM (Win)

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    "HAZWOPER: Electrical Safety in HAZMAT Environments" help employees to understand the hazards associated with the presence of uncontrolled energy in hazardous materials environments, and how to reduce or eliminate these potential hazards. Topics covered in these products include:

  • Arcs, sparks and high temperatures.
  • The National Electrical Code's three HAZMAT classes.
  • Engineering controls.
  • Safe work practices.
  • Intrinsically safe electrical systems.
  • Isolating machinery.
  • Purging, inerting and pressurization.
  • Confined spaces.
  • Uncontrolled electrical sources.
  • and more.

    DVD / 24 minutes

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    High Voltage Electrical Safety - Provides a thorough look at issues associated with electrical safety. Good training for all types of workers, contractors, and electricians.

    Topics included in this safety video are: general electrical shock and dangers, protective devices and equipment, general rules, working de-energized, working energized, work and equipment above 600 volts, other related hazards, tools, and first aid and rescue.

    DVD / 28 minutes

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    NFPA 70E Electrical Safety - Arc Flash Safety For Employees - Although arc hazards have existed since we first started using electricity, increasing deaths, injuries, and property loss from arcing faults have led to increased study into the causes, effects, and methods of protection. New electrical standards, most notably the National Fire Protection Association or NFPA 70E, are the principle regulations to establish minimum requirements for improving electrical safety. OSHA has adopted these regulations and they apply to every worker that may approach or be exposed to electrical energy. Let's review arc flashes.

    Topics included in this safety video are: introduction to understanding and reducing arc flash hazards, electrical safety and arc flash protection, personal protective equipment (PPE), arc flash personal protective equipment, required signs and labeling, lockout/tagout, where and when to perform Arc Flash Hazards, The 2000 NFPA 70E and the 2002 NEC state that facilities must provide, and typical Arc Flash Incident Injuries.

    DVD / 18 minutes

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    Generating and distribution; Feeders and branch circuits; Fuses and Circuit breakers; Testing for continuity; Safety; Troubleshooting

    DVD / 17 minutes

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