Utility Line Worker
Films on Demand - Collection of films on electricity, electrical safety, and circuits available.
Master File Premier - Access to online journals in the field of electrical utility/line/power.
PrepStep - Practice tests for the electrician's exam and other related careers.
Vocational and Career Collection - Full-text access to articles on electricity, electrical systems, utility/power lines, and other areas of the field.
EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance (Full-text: 1997 to present) - Articles and product news for electrical engineers and contractors
Electric Light and Power (Full-text: 1994 - 2016) - Industry news, business information, legislation, and technical reports on new products and applications aimed at electric utility executives, managers and engineers.
AC Circuits Basics, Impedance, Resonant Frequency, RL RC RLC LC Circuit Explained, Physics Problems - (1:00:11) This physics video tutorial explains the basics of AC circuits.
Basic Electrical Quantities - (26:53) In this lesson we'll discuss the electrical quantities voltage, current, resistance, and power on an introductory level. We'll discuss the units used to measure these quantities, common instrumentation used to measure these basic quantities, and the basic means of calculating these quantities.
Difference between AC and DC Current Explained - (4:22) AC and DC current explained by James the Bald Engineer. Using simple circuits for each type of electricity, you will learn why they are different.
Introduction to Circuit Protection - (28:05) In this lesson we'll take an introductory look at fuses, circuit breakers, GFCIs, and overload relays. Additionally, we'll examine system and equipment grounding and compare and contrast high and low side switched loads.
Line Installer: Career Q & A - Video (11:07) describing the typical duties of a lineman.
Lineman Training: Climbing Techniques for a Beginning Student - (13:57) Preinspection of PPE and demonstration of climbing techniques for beginning climbers.
Lineman Pole Climbing: Rigging It Up - (7:58) Pre-inspection of all ropes and rigging equipment associated with hanging a transformer. Demonstration of rigging to hang a transformer on a pole.
Math for Electrical Technicians - A series of videos that range from 4 to 19 minutes in duration about math needed to perform electrical work.
PG&E Teaches Linemen How to Work on Energized Power Lines - (1:59) What does it take for linemen to safely work on energized power lines carrying up to 500,000 volts of electricity? Training. Lots of training.
Electrical Safety in the Workplace - The aim of this program is to provide comprehensive on-site training to high-risk workers (i.e. skilled trades and maintenance workers) and management on the requirements of Sub Part S, and the prevention of serious injuries from electrical hazards at their worksites.
Institute for Electrical & Electronics Engineers - IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers -The IBEW represents approximately 750,000 active members and retirees who work in a wide variety of fields, including utilities, construction, telecommunications, broadcasting, manufacturing, railroads and government.
Line Installers and Repairers - From the Occupational Outlook Handbook, find out the average wage and duties of a line installer.
National Association of Journeymen Linemen -The National Association of Journeymen Linemen was created to promote the profession of Journeymen Linemen.
National Electrical Contractors Association - Electrical contractors count on NECA to deliver the resources that help them make better business decisions, provide excellent customer service, and take advantage of innovative technology.
National Fire Protection Association - The leading information and knowledge resource on fire, electrical, and related hazards.
OSHA Safety Topics : Electrical - Electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard. OSHA's electrical standards are designed to protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions.
Working Safely Around Downed Electrical Wires - A fact sheet from OSHA.