Fluke Corporation Provides Free Online Course on Electrical Management Safety

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Fluke Corporation is offering a new free online course called Fluke Electrical Measurement Safety. It highlights guidance and rules that reflect the newest information on how to avoid or, at least, minimize potential hazards when doing electrical measurements. The course, which is expected to last for four hours, is aimed to provide help to anyone who works with electricity such as HVAC technicians, engineers, maintenance professionals, facility engineers, construction workers, electricians, and electrical contractors.

The course has seven topics from tips, tools, and electrical standards. Below are the topics that the course covers:

1. Risks including shock and electrocution.
2. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), personal protective equipment (PPE), and safe work practices.
3. Test tool rating and standards.
4. Inspection requirements for test equipment.
5. Best practices for a safer work environment.
6. Practical tools and tips to extend your safety.
7. Implementing a test tool training program.

Leah Friberg, the Global Education Manager for Fluke said, “Even simple acts involving electricity can go horribly wrong in a fraction of a second if you’re not aware of the dangers. This new course combines guidance regarding the latest electrical standards with the best practices and practical tips for electrical safety.”

Those who will complete the course will be given a certificate to recognize their accomplishment. For interested individuals, you may register and take the Fluke Electrical Measurement Safety Course here.

Based on its website, Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution, and service of electronic test tools and software. The company has helped define and grow a unique technology market by providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries since its founding in 1948. Every new manufacturing plant, office, hospital, or facility built today represents another potential customer for Fluke products.

A wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR), fluke is a multi-national corporation headquartered in Everett, Washington, USA. Manufacturing centers are located in the USA, the UK, Asia, and The Netherlands. Sales and service subsidiaries are located in Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Australia.

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