Oregon Electrician School Online
COURSE TITLE HOURS COST
24 hours of continuing education required every 3 years. -Journeyman Electricians continuing education must be fullfilled by Oct. 1, -8 hours must be in code, the remaining 16 hours must be industry related
OSHA - 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program
Background: U. S. OSHA created the Outreach Training Program for the purpose of expanding the knowledge base of employers and employees across the country relative to their standards and guidelines, thereby enhancing safety and health in the American workplace.
10-Hour G.I. Course description: U.S. OSHA requires four specific topics be included in every 10-Hr. program, with an additional six hours of elective topics. The four required topics are, (one hour each):
- Introduction to the OSH Act, OSHA, Enforcement, and Recordkeeping
- Walking -Working Surfaces,
- Means of Egress, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Protection Plans,
The six elective topics included in this program (running one-half hour to one and one-half hours in length each) are:
- Personal Protective Equipment,
- Machinery and Machine Guarding,
- Safety & Health Programs,
- Hazardous Substances and Industrial Hygiene
Successful completion of this course will result in the participant receiving their U.S. OSHA 10-Hour General Industry wallet card, which has no expiration date.
Course Duration: Minimum 10 Hours
Objectives: Upon completion, each student will be able to:
- Locate OSHA Standards & references applicable to the 10 topics listed above.
- Gain a familiarity with the various elements in the sup-parts listed above.
- Gain the knowledge to create or enhance a site-specific facility safety and health program.
System Requirements: The elements listed below are the minimum system requirements to take this online course. While you may use the minimum requirements, your experience online will be greatly enhanced through the use of a faster internet connection, i.e. cable or DSL as opposed to ‘dial-up’.
- IBM PC Compatible Computer (200 MHz processor with 32MB RAM)
- Sound Card with speakers or headphones
- SVGA (800x600) video card, driver, and monitor
- Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
- Internet connection (minimum 56Kbps recommended)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0 or greater (free download)
TYPE OF COURSE: This course is an online, interactive program which can be taken at the student’s pace and convenience. It is available online 24/7 and will be an active, available program for six months from the date of registration.
EVALUATION: This U.S. OSHA 10-Hr. G.I. Outreach program contains 10 topic modules, each with its own lessons. Each module includes lesson quizzes to test the student’s comprehension of the material just presented. There is a final quiz at the end of each module which requires each student to attain at least 70% correct to progress to the next module. Upon conclusion of the entire program, each student will take a final quiz, with the same 70% minimum correct requirement. At the time of completion, the student will be able to download and print a 360Training certificate indicating successful completion of the course, and for continuing education credit purposes. In addition, the student will receive their U.S. OSHA 10-Hr. G.I. wallet card from their OTIEC in the mail.
Electrical power is a dangerous force that requires proper understanding in the workplace. This course defines the requirements for work practices that workers should use to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy when performing tasks involving electrical power. The specific information in this course enables the student to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards as well as to better understand the importance of the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E.
- Understanding standards for electrical safety
- Understand the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E
- Creating safe working conditions
- Understanding electrical shock hazards
- Understand transformers and circuit breakers
- Executing a lockout/tagout
- Understanding hazards of live parts
- General standards on personal protective equipment
- Safety Related Work Practices
- General Requirements for Electrical Safety Related Work Practices
- Electrical Safety Program
- Transformer Current Ratings
- Energized Electrical Work Permits
- Working On or Near Live Parts
- Alternative Methods of Determining Arc Flash FR Clothing and PPE
- General NFPA 70E standards pertaining to Personal and other Protective Equipment
This course has been approved for 4 hours.
All module quizzes require a 70% score to proceed forward in the course. The final exam must be passed with a 70% to receive a certificate of completion.
Oregon Electrician License Continuing Education Online - Cerification classes for License Renewal -Oregon OSHA - 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program NFPA 70E, NEC 08 Grounding & Bonding, Electrical Fundamentals
Albany, Aloha, Ashland, Astoria, Baker City, Bandon, Beaverton, Bend, Biggs Junction, Boardman, Brookings, Burns, Canby, Cannon Beach, Canyonville, Cascade Locks, Central Point, Clackamas, Coos Bay, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Creswell, Dallas, Enterprise, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gladstone, Gleneden Beach, Gold Beach, Government Camp, Grants Pass, Gresham, Halsey, Hermiston, Hillsboro, Hines, Hood River, John Day, Keizer, King City, Klamath Falls, La Grande, Lake Oswego, Lakeview, La Pine, Lincoln City, Madras, Mcminnville, Medford, Milwaukie, Newberg, Newport, North Bend, Oakridge, Ontario, Pendleton, Portland
Prineville, Redmond, Reedsport, Roseburg, Salem, Sandy, Seaside, Sisters, South Salem, Springfield, St. Helens, Sublimity, Sunriver, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Tualatin, Umatilla, Welches, Welsches, Wilsonville, Woodburn
In this four lesson program on basic electrical fundamentals, we will be introducing and studying the general physics, that is the basic natural laws which govern the application in utilization of electricity. This material will serve as the solid foundation on which to build the more advanced concepts that are dealt with in our many other training programs.
- Understand the Fundamentals of AC Voltage Generation
- Describe Frequency in AC Systems
- Understand AC Voltage Measurement
- Perform AC Power Calculations
- Calculations of Power in an Inductive and Capacitive Circuit
TOPICS COVERED: AC Voltage Generation, AC Power in Resistive Circuits, Effects of Inductance and Capacitance, Power Factor