Electricity: Safety at Sea

It's no surprise that electrical hazards increase significantly at sea. Today's ships are extremely reliant on electrical systems, and it's increasingly important to learn how to mitigate the risk of electric shock at sea, as well as what to do if a fellow seafarer is being shocked. Avoiding hazards and quick action during an incident could be the difference between life and death.

In this video, you'll learn the basics of identifying and mitigating electrical hazards at sea.


  • Electric Shock: Learn about how electric shock can occur and how to deal with it
  • Arc Flash Learn what an arc flash is, and how to avoid it
  • Water Hazards: Learn how to identify and address water hazards when dealing with electricity
  • Equipment: Learn about what kinds of equipment and conditions can pose a risk for electric shock, or help decrease risk
Available on:On Demand
Length: 5
Audio: EN
Item no: DVD0-127
Categories: Personal Safety
STCW: Personal Safety (A-VI/1-4)

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