Introduction: Electricity is the flow of an atom’s electrons through a conductor. Burns caused by electricity are injuries that mostly affect young adult men and can be prevented. First aid includes primarily disconnection from the electrical current and ensuring the safety of the rescuer and the injured person, followed by further first aid measures. The purpose: The purpose of the dissertation is to determine the knowledge of electric burns related FA in case of damage among employees of Elektro Ljubljana DU Trbovlje. Methodology: Descriptive work method was used. We used an anonymous online questionnaire, designed by using 1ka web survey tool to collect data, covering 14 questions, and quantitative data analysis was used. Results: The research involved 79 Elektro Ljubljana DU Trbovlje employees. 44% of employees attended the last first aid course 5 or more years ago. 94% of the respondents are familiar with the 112 service number. 53% of the respondents would treat the wound caused by an electric current properly, by not cooling it with water. 99% would first provide their own safety. 66% of respondents would not decide for 5 initial sprays, but 56% would initially resuscitate for 1 minute then call 112. 97% know the 30: 2 ratio between compression and breaths. 91% believe that an automatic external defibrillator could be used. In case of suspected backbone damage, 75% of the respondents would react correctly. 80% would move the injured person with suspected cervical spine damage only if it was necessary to save their life. In the same situation, only 38% of the respondents would turn an unconscious patient who breathes into a stable position on their side (position for unconscious). Discussion and conclusion: The respondents know the theoretical basics of basic procedures for resuscitating and treating burn wounds caused by electrical current, for questions requiring more specific knowledge, e.g. the position in case of suspected neck spine damage, their knowledge is inadequate, especially because those measures save lives and define further care of the injured person. I believe that first aid courses should be renewed every 2 years.