Lockout Tagout: Electrical Room


Every year in the US, thousands of people are injured by electricity. Occasionally employees may encounter equipment and circuits that are energized or have the potential for energization while performing work activities. Without proper prevention, an arc flash may occur.

An arc flash (often called a flashover) is a type of electrical explosion or discharge that results from a connection through air to ground or another voltage phase in an electrical system. For example, when a wire makes contact with an earthed system. Working in or near electrical panels and systems increases your chance of exposure to an arc flash, and requires you take extreme precautions.

What You'll Learn

The primary goal of this course is to teach workers safe work procedures while performing work activities around electrical areas. The user will learn:

  • The proper locking out and tagging out electrical equipment
  • How to properly do a Live – Dead – Live check
  • Practices that can eliminate or minimize electrical hazards
  • The proper use of electrical test equipment
  • Electrical fundamentals
  • Properly managing arc flash risks
  • Electrical safety Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

The simulation is ideal for personnel working in and around hazardous electrical areas.

Simulation Specs

Categories: Warehouse & Manufacturing Industries

Simulation Length: 10-15 minutes

Languages : English

Headset Availability:

We can deploy our training to most major headsets on the market. Here are a few of our most requested.

  • Oculus Quest 2
  • Pico Neo 3
  • HTC Vive Focus 3