Weber State University (WSU) – Department of Automotive Technology – Ardell Brown Technology Wing – Transmission Lab.
This episode covers the use and care of Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Tools.
This video helps cover content related to the 2017 National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) Standard task 6.B.7 “Identify safety precautions for high voltage systems on electric, hybrid, hybrid-electric, and diesel vehicles.”
This procedure is taught as part of our 4-year bachelor’s degree program. For more information on the Weber Automotive program, visit: http://www.weber.edu/automotive
This video was created and edited by John D. Kelly at WSU. For a full biography, see http://www.weber.edu/automotive/J_Kelly.html
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What are the essential tools and equipment you need to begin servicing hybrid vehicles in your shop? The Delphi Training Series breaks it down for you. To see the full webinar promoting and profiting with hybrids, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRy75nLZjRU.
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10 thoughts on “Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Tools”
My script is so bad, the lenses are about 12 mm or 1/2" thick at the edges, that will stop a bullet.
Hi John D. Kelly, What is the best tools for reconditioning the hybrid batteries. We're wondering to buy one but we don't know what exactly we need as a scanning tools and reconditioning tools.
very good, thank you …
Another great video.
Thank you for this video. In the 40 years I worked on car, trucks and tractors and backhoes I never wore any rings, watches or anything around my neck.
Also no rings or watches.
High power, High voltage DC is scary. The arc alone from a vehicle battery will happily blind, deafen, burn, and blow you across the room.
Would be nice if the glove tester had a pressure gauge.