Electrical Safety around the Home and farm. Jesse Morris \ Spring 2002 Virginia Tech This presentation has not been edited by the Georgia Curriculum Office. Objectives. Performance objectives Students will be able to describe electrical safety issues Enabling objectives
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Electrical Safety around the Home and farm
Jesse Morris \ Spring 2002
This presentation has not been edited by the Georgia Curriculum Office.
There are approximately 290 accidental electrocutions each year.
An additional 800 people die in fires caused by faulty electrical systems every year.
Thousands are shocked and burned as the result of accidental contact with electricity every year.
An estimated $1.2 billion in property damage occurs each year due to faulty use of electricity.
Electrical Wire Identification
*Never touch any of these wires together unless you are instructed to do so.
(All cords are on 110-120 volt )
(dump trucks, augers, front end loaders)