Electrical safety in the workplace

Australia, 2001

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Episode of Series “Safetycare”.
Looks at the effects and potential hazards associated with electricity, including definitions of basic terms, facts about how electricity is conducted and the effects of electrical currents on the human body. It identifies common hazards found in the workplace including overhead power lines, damp locations and the use of extension cords, as well as the importance of insulation and wearing appropriate personal protective equipment. Presented by Peter Mitchell.

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