Training

Electrical Transmission & Distribution Partnership develops safety training courses and videos for workers in the electric line construction industry.

Training Courses

Future partnership training courses, dates, and locations to be announced here.

 

OSHA 10-Hour Electrical Construction Industry Outreach Courses

The Electrical Transmission and Distribution Partnership conceived of and subsequently developed the OSHA Electrical Construction Industry Outreach training course with the mind set of producing a non-traditional, industry specific training course tailored toward employees involved with the construction and maintenance of power transmission and distribution systems.

Completion Credentials. Students who complete this course receive an official OSHA card featuring the Partnership logo.

Learn more about the 10-hour course

 

OSHA 20-Hour Safety Leadership in Action Training Course

The Electrical Transmission and Distribution (ET&D) Partnership developed the Safety Leadership in Action (SLIA) outreach training course for the purpose of educating supervisors within the electrical transmission and distribution industry.  The course demonstrates how to affect a positive safety culture by addressing core elements of an effective safety and health management system.

Completion Credentials. Students who complete this course receive an official OSHA card featuring the Partnership logo.

Learn more about the 20-hour course

 

Quarterly Refreshers

These quarterly training refreshers are designed to be delivered in approximately one hour or less and are intended to serve as content refreshers on topics covered in the 10 hour class, including: Grounding & Bonding, Insulate & Isolate, Fall Protection, Lifting & Rigging, and more.

View Quarterly Refreshers

 

E-Learning Modules

Coming soon...

Additional Resources

http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/partnerships/national/power/power.html

http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/electric_power/index.html

ETD Safety Topic Fall Protection 2018

ETD Safety Topic Opioids 2018

Safety Briefs