This course focuses on work activities where there is a need for work to be carried out on or near live electrical components within electrical control panels and similar assemblies.
A study of the Electricity at Work Regulations alongside industry recognised guidance from the HSE and the IET will demonstrate a controlled process to identify risk, identify control measures and determine processes needed to implement these control measures in the safest way.
- A look a electrical safety principles
- Dangers associated with electricity
- Roles and responsibilities
- Risk assessment
- Control measures
- Safe isolation - including assessment
When delivering this course on your site, a suitable training room/boardroom will be required to sit all candidates comfortably.
A control panel of choice to suit the needs of the engineers in training can be brought into the training room (if an adequate supply is present) or an assessment can be carried out in the workplace environment - subject to agreed risk assessment.
All safe isolation equipment can be provided for the training, however it is recommended for candidates to be provided with their own so they can become familiar with using the equipment.
Delivery of this course on site will be subject to availability, so please submit a request and we will be in touch, please include any details necessary so we can be prompt in our reply.