One Flash and You're Ash!: Working Safely with Electricity
Working with electricity is potentially dangerous. Both the equipment, and the way it is used, must be safe. If something does go wrong and someone is injured, knowing how to deal with the situation, and treat the victim, can save lives. This program explores electrical safety. Guided by an engaging presenter and qualified electrician, it examines the dangers of electricity; the cause, effect and treatment of electric shock; and how to avoid the dangers. It explains risk management, testing for dead, electricity and water, the effects of different levels of current on the body and first aid techniques to administer to shock victims, including the DRSABCD procedure. It also covers a range of safety measures. The content is ideal for middle to upper level science students, and essential viewing for vocational learners in electrical and allied trades.
Production Year: 2013
Duration: 15 min
Printable Resources: Yes
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