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Unique Safety Training Program & Audits For Workplace Safety


Electrical Safety Training & Audits

Unique Safety Training Program & Audits For Workplace Safety.

Aggie Safety is an OSHA safety consulting company headquartered in Houston, Texas.

We offer basic and advanced safety services customized to meet your eletrical company’s specific safety needs including customizable training, field safety consulting and ongoing safety program management. Our experienced safety professionals will evaluate your current safety program and provide consultation to enable your organization to achieve the next level of safety.

Note: OSHA has specific regulations for electrical safety in the workplace, and employers are required to provide electrical safety training to their employees. It’s important to note that OSHA does not certify trainers, but it does approve training programs and courses that are taught by OSHA-authorized trainers.

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Occupational Safety Training for Electricians

We have 25 years’ experience in solving business problems. We understand what exposures you face and what is needed to reduce your risk of loss. From compliance problems to written employment and safety policies we’re the company you can trust.

Houston Safety training for Employees and documentation is the foundation of your safety program because it gives your employees the information they need to recognize hazardous conditions and unsafe acts while they work; and regular training reinforces the idea that safety is truly important at your company.

Key Components of OSHA’s electrical safety training requirements

OSHA has specific requirements for electrical safety training in the workplace. The following are some of the key components:

Content: In compliance with OSHA regulations, electrical safety training must cover the potential hazards associated with working with or near electrical systems and equipment. This includes topics such as electrical shock, burns, electrocution, and arc flash. It is also essential that employees receive training on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and lockout/tagout procedures.

Frequency: OSHA mandates that electrical safety training be provided to employees who are exposed to electrical hazards on the job. Initially, training should be provided when an employee is hired, and thereafter, it should be repeated at least once every three years. When new electrical hazards are introduced into the workplace, or there is a change in job duties, additional training is required.

Instructor qualifications: The electrical safety trainer must be qualified to teach the subject matter, possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience, and demonstrate proficiency in the field of electricity. The trainer must have a background in electrical safety and be able to provide effective instruction.

Documentation: OSHA requires employers to maintain detailed records of electrical safety training provided to each employee. These records should include the date of the training, the content covered, the name of the trainer, and the names of the employees who attended the training.

Evaluation: Employers are required to assess the effectiveness of their electrical safety training program. They should solicit feedback from employees to determine if the training was successful in preventing accidents and injuries.



Reviews, safety culture surveys, accident investigation, safety management and many other forms of assistance.

Consultant for OSHA Safety Training for Electricians

Consulting for OSHA electricians’ safety training involves collaborating with companies to ensure their compliance with OSHA regulations and creating a safe work environment for employees. A consultant can offer valuable support in the following areas:

Reviewing current safety procedures: We reviews the company’s current safety procedures, identifies areas for improvement, and recommends modifications to ensure OSHA compliance.

Conducting a hazard analysis: We conducts a comprehensive hazard analysis of the workplace, identifies potential electrical hazards, and devises an action plan to mitigate them. The hazard analysis encompasses all aspects of the workplace, including equipment, machinery, and work processes.

Developing a training program: We assists in designing and implementing a training program that meets OSHA requirements and covers all critical topics, such as electrical safety, lockout/tagout procedures, and the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE). The training program is tailored to the company’s specific needs and employees.

Evaluating the effectiveness of the training program: We assesses the effectiveness of the training program by analyzing employee feedback and accident data. Based on the findings, the consultant provides recommendations to enhance the training program’s efficacy in reducing accidents and injuries.

Providing ongoing support: We offers ongoing support to the company, ensuring continuous OSHA compliance and a safe work environment for employees. This support includes conducting periodic safety audits, delivering additional training, and revising safety procedures as necessary.

By partnering with a consultant for OSHA electricians’ safety training, companies can ensure their commitment to providing a secure work environment for employees and minimizing the risk of accidents and injuries. We the expertise and guidance necessary to establish an effective safety program that adheres to OSHA regulations and the specific requirements of the company.

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Safety Orientation for New Employees

Another major issue that Aggie Safety is successfully addressing for its customers is Safety Orientation for new workers. With Covid worsening the crisis in the United States, we are seeing worker shortages across all industries. This has led to a lot of turnarounds in the workforce at existing companies. Onboarding a new employee with company safety behavior expectations is critical. Aggie Safety has been providing its customer safety orientation for new employees for the applicable safety topics in the digital format. Safety orientation is followed by quizzes/tests to check competency and results are delivered to the supervisor.

Employee training programs can significantly reduce the possibility of OSHA violations or OSHA fines or any litigations. With the unique and multi-faceted safety training offerings by Aggie Safety– an Owner needs to keep an oversight on the workers and the workplace safety as they say “TRUST BUT VERIFY”. Aggie Safety can support that effort by performing compliance inspections on the Owner’s behalf or a “Mock OSHA Inspection” with the review of work areas. After completing the compliance inspection, a written report is submitted to the owner with remediation options for deficiencies. The report will also highlight specific OSHA violations or OSHA fines applicable for specific items. Aggie Safety is well known for safety training in Houston which is mostly a need-based program.

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