COURSE: ELECTRICAL SAFETY
COURSE CODE: ES 100
Electrically powered equipment can pose a significant hazard to workers, particularly when mishandled or not maintained. Many electrical devices have high voltage or high power requirements, carrying even more risk. Only qualified workers who have been trained in the avoidance of electrical hazards are permitted to work on or near exposed energized parts. Safety related work practices are employed to prevent electric shock or other injuries resulting from either direct or indirect electrical contact when work is performed near or on equipment or circuits which are or may be energized.
To ensure that all personnel using electrical equipment are aware of the potential dangers.
What to do in an emergency.
Safety Policy and procedures.
Principles of an effective Permit to Work system and isolation
Describe what electricity is and its principles of operation
Describe how electric shock occurs
Know what to do in an emergency (First Aid Immediate Treatment)
Describe good Policy and Procedures
Permits to Work and Isolation
Types of injury that can occur.
Principles and working of electricity
How electric shock occurs and what it will do to the body
First aid principles and immediate emergency treatment
Policy outline and procedures for electricity
Permits to Work
Types of injury
The need for risk Assessment
Safe system of work
Class room session,
Course manual for all participants
Digital in-focus projector to display lecture slides
At the end of the course, participants shall be issued certificates.
Participant per Class:
Every three years
All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course commencement.
Course scheduled on request – please contact our Training Manager on 08038873527 or visit www.workplacesafetynig.com/calendar to view our training calendar