Richard Cadena talks electrical safety at CHAUVET HQ

Posted on November 22, 2011

Academy of Production Technology: Electricity Safety 101

When it comes to safety, you really can’t be too careful. But you can try. And it’s typically recommended because, simply put, electrical current can kill. Did you know as little as 10mA (or .01 amp) can stop a heart? Protect yourself by wearing hard hats, rubber soled shoes and insulated gloves. Do not wear polyester. (Which should go without saying!)

Watch what could happen:

George Ohm had the answer, which is known as Ohm’s Law. Check out these videos for more explanation: