Working Safely with Ground Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters, commonly known as GFCIs, are electrical devices that are crucial for protecting you and others from electrical shock and fire hazards. How? By quickly disconnecting power when they detect a “ground fault”, which occurs when electrical current leaks to a path where it should not – such as through water or a person. This program features“10 Key Tips” that apply to GFCIs in both the home and the workplace: (5 minutes) SS1133AE
Types of GFCIs
GFCIs in construction
All programs come with a test and other trainer support materials.
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