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Why take a electrical quiz

Electricity is an essential part of our lives, and it’s important that we take the necessary precautions to keep ourselves safe while using it. Whether you’re at home or at work, it’s important to be aware of the dangers of electrical accidents and know how to stay safe. Electricity can cause serious injuries or death if not used safely, so it’s important that your teams are properly trained in electrical safety. At home, it’s important to keep cords and wires organized and away from water, and to avoid using extension cords whenever possible. At work, make sure that cords are properly labeled and that workers know not to overload outlets. It’s also important to be aware of the dangers of contact with electricity, such as electrocution. Always be sure to unplug appliances when not in use, and never touch an electrical appliance if you’re wet or standing in water. That’s why we’ve put together this quiz on electrical safety – to make sure that your teams are aware of the dangers of electricity and know how to stay safe.

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Deploy a electrical quiz to your team

Electricity is an important part of our lives, and it's important for workers to be aware of how to safely handle electricity in the workplace. This quiz will help identify any knowledge gaps your team may have with regards to electrical safety, and will provide you with the tools you need to close these gaps. With this electrical safety training reinforcement in place, your team will be better equipped to handle any potential electrical hazards they may encounter in the workplace. Not only can reinforcing this essential training save lives, it also helps ensure that your organization is compliant with government regulations. With regular electrical safety quizzes, your team will be more confident with any electrical-related incident or emergency. Plus, you’ll also get access to your team’s results ​​so you can understand individual workers’ knowledge gaps, as well as overall performance once the quiz is complete. For teams that require more regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the electrical safety quiz to your teams in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a one-off training program. And the best part is that your teams can access this electrical safety quiz on their preferred device whenever they have 5 minutes to spare – whether that’s on their commute, in between tasks, or before they finish up for the day.

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Example questions from our electrical quiz

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Question 3

xWhich of the following involves locating or enclosing electric equipment to make sure people dont accidentally come into contact with its live partsx

Question 5


Question 7

xWhat should you do if you suspect a piece of electrical equipment is no longer safe to usex

Question 9

An RCD will promptly cut off power in threatening situations involving electrical faults such as accidentally touching a live wire

Question 11

Which of these people are allowed to carry out an inspection and testing of electrical equipment

Question 13

Working inside a boiler or splitting wire requires energy to be shut off beforehand

Question 15

Why must everything be grounded

Question 17

Reorder these first aid steps

Question 2

Electric shocks are caused by contact with exposed live parts that sends an electric current through the body

Question 4

An RCD will promptly cut off power in threatening situations involving electrical faults such as accidentally touching a live wire

Question 6

xReorder the steps of LOTOx

Question 8

Test all circuits and conductors have been deenergised before touching or starting work on it

Question 10

Inspection and testing of electrical equipment must be carried out by a licensed or registered person

Question 12

What should you do if you suspect a piece of electrical equipment is no longer safe to use

Question 14

Who should be allowed to work with live wires

Question 16


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