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Electrical Work


Rewarding Results

Training aim

To give participants an appreciation of the hazards involved when working with or in the vicinity of low voltage electricity (< 1,000 Volts AC) and how to achieve a safe system of work. Role and responsibility of a Buddy in assisting an electrician in lines with working with or in the vicinity of electricity.

Learning objectives

  • ​Legislation and Safety.

  • Electric Shock & its effect on the Human Body.

  • Electric Arc Flash.

  • Electrical System

  • Protection. Dead Work and Lock Out/Tag Out. Live Work – Definitions,

  • Requirements & PPE.

  • Electrical Equipment Walkdown – Highlighting potential electrical hazards.

Course outline

This course is aimed at both electrical and non-electrical personnel and can be tailored to the customer’s electrical systems, equipment and requirements. The course covers basic electricity and focuses on electrical hazards such as electric shock and electric arc flash. Relevant legislation and industry best practice are also covered.

Course duration

1/2 day

Assessment & certification

Participants will complete a short Assessment and will received Certification at the end of the course.

Who should attend

The course is suitable for electricians working directly with electricity and non-electrical personnel that may use electrical equipment and site supervisors.

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