Employees need to understand the potential hazards and take proper precautions before working around something as dangerous as electricity. Proper training and the right equipment are key to help ensure your employees’ safety. Whether you are working on live electricity or installing temporary power sources, Grainger can help ensure you have what you need to stay safe. Check out the products, services and resources below to help keep your employees trained and protected.
Temporary Power & Lighting
These products help protect employees when installing temporary power sources or lighting.
Working on Live Electricity
These products help protect employees when working on live electricity components.
Potential Electrical Hazards
These products help protect employees in potentially hazardous electrical areas.
These solutions are used in conjunction with the NFPA when an arc flash event could occur, harming people and equipment.
These online publications can help train your staff on how to work safely ?around electrical hazards.
Quick Tips Article #101 - Multimeter Functions
Quick Tips Article #262 - Electrical Safety Gloves: Inspection and Classification
Quick Tips Article #263 - NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety Summary
Quick Tips Article #264 - Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter
Quick Tips Article #266 - Electrical Safety
Quick Tips Article #344 - Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF)
Quick Tips Article #345 - Thermal Imaging Cameras: Applications, Uses and Features
Quick Tips Article #370 - Handheld Infrared (IR) Thermometers
Quick Tips Article #380 - Signaling Devices
Grainger Online Safety Manager Courses
Access our library of online safety training courses (subscription required):
#62 Electrical Safe Work Practices for Unqualified Workers
#67 Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
#79 Electrical Safe Work Practices for Qualified Workers
#136 Electrostatic Discharge
#189 Lockout/Tagout: Controlling Hazardous Energy in the Healthcare Setting
#222 Arc Flash Safety
NFPA 70E® 2009 Series:
#7100 Module 1: An Introduction to NFPA 70E
#7101 Module 2: Establishing Electrically Safe Work Conditions
#7102 Module 3: Energized Electrical Work Permits
#7103 Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing
#7104 Module 5: Use and Care of Protective Equipment and Other 70E Requirements
Our network of third-party service providers offers additional services:
Brady Lockout/Tagout Service
Schneider Arc Flash Service