Electrical Safety - Safe Work Code of Practice + Arc Flash


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: Electrical Safety – Safe Work Code of Practice + Arc Flash
Duration: 4 hours
Cost: $165 AUD (GST inc.) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration


Overview: This course is designed to keep employees up to date with the latest legislative changes relating to Safety in the electrical industry and refreshing good safety practices. Classroom training refers directly to Safe Work Australia’s “Managing Electrical Risks in the Workplace – Code of Practice” and includes the following topics:

Who is it for? This course is ideal for electrical contractors that want to ensure all staff are refreshed on electrical safety rules and practices. Suitable candidates can be either electricians retraining annually or electricians that haven’t attended training for several years and aren’t up to date with the latest industry requirements.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory

What to Bring: Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Appropriate PPE (including arc flash rated PPE requirements)
  • Isolation and tagging
  • The risk management process
  • Unsafe electrical equipment and electrical installations at the workplace
  • Inspecting and testing electrical equipment
  • Inspecting and testing electrical equipment
  • Residual current devices (RCDs)
  • Managing the risks of electrical work
  • Risk controls – Working de-energised
  • Low voltage isolation and access
  • Risk controls – Energised electrical work
  • Risk controls – Working near energised electrical parts
  • Inspecting tools and equipment
  • Inspection and testing
  • Ladders, scaffolds and similar equipment
  • Insulating barriers and insulating mats
  • Test instruments
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Entry Requirement: Current Electrical Licence

Award: Non accredited – Certificate of Completion

Isolate, Lock Out-Tag Out


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: Isolate, Lock Out-Tag Out
Duration: 4 hours
Cost: $165 AUD (GST inc.) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration


Overview: .

Who is it for? This course is ideal for electrical contractors that want to ensure all staff are refreshed on electrical safety rules and practices. Suitable candidates can be either electricians retraining annually or electricians that haven’t attended training for several years and aren’t up to date with the latest industry requirements.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring: Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes and eye protection.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review legislative requirements for working and testing on non-energised and live work, including: Acts, Legislation, Codes of Practice, Standards and the NSW Service & Installation Rules.
  • Discuss safe use of Multimeters & Test Instruments;
  • Examine Fault Levels on a 415V Distribution System and review safety precautions
    and PPE requirements for working on or near this equipment;
  • Introduces the Test Before You Touch Procedure and flowchart
  • Isolation Verification principles are introduced.
  • Common isolation verification hazards are highlighted and discussed.
  • Safe work practices around Isolation Verification on AC circuits are assessed for competence.
  • Lock Out, Tag Out procedures revisited,
  • Review recent Electrical Verification & Arc, Blast, Flash Incidents;

Entry Requirement: Current Electrical Licence

Award: Non-accredited – Certificate of Completion


Installation Testing for Compliance


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: Installation Testing for Compliance
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $275 AUD (GST inc.) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview: This course is a mixture of theory and practical associated with the testing of a domestic and light commercial installation. The course replicates the type of testing conducted by Installation Inspectors.

Who is it for? This course is suitable for existing electricians that want to refresh their testing skills and knowledge. If it’s been a long time since you were informed of the latest testing requirements this course is a great way to brush up your skills.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring: Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes and eye protection.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Show awareness of the relevant legislation (Act/Regulation/Code of Practice) involved with working on electrical installations.
  • Understand the safety requirements for working on electrical installations.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and testing of MEN systems.
  • Understand switchboard installation and wiring needs as per AS/NZS 3000 and the NSW Service and Installation Rules.
  • Test an installation as per AS/NZS 3017:2007
  • Rectify faults on common domestic circuit arrangements.
  • Understand fault loop impedance issues with a typical installation.
  • Use a Fault Loop Impedance Tester to test Domestic Installation circuits.

Entry Requirement: Current Electrical Licence

Award: Non-accredited – Certificate of Completion

Working Safe with Asbestos in the Electrical Industry


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: Working Safe with Asbestos in the Electrical Industry
Duration: 4 hours
Cost: $165 AUD (GST inc.) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration


Overview: Designed for electrical workers on the safe drilling and handling of asbestos materials, covering the essential theory knowledge as well as a practical component highlighting current Industry best practice. Students will be drilling holes, wearing the PPE and using a dust extraction system.

Who is it for? This course is for individuals that maybe working around asbestos products for example; asbestos meter boards.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes and eye protection.

Learning Outcomes:

  •  Identifying asbestos
  • The properties of
  • Safe handling and disposal of asbestos
  • Testing of products that may be ACM ( asbestos containing material )
  • Safely working with asbestos products
  • Applied risk management
  • Understanding our responsibilities and the code of practice
  • Practical workshop with all PPE supplied and using the latest equipment a hands on approach to working safely with ACM

Entry Requirement: Current Electrical Licence

 Award: Non-accredited – Certificate of Completion


Perform Rescue from a Live Low Voltage Panel + CPR


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (release 5)
Duration: 6 hours
Cost: $200 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration


Overview:

LV Rescue – This Competency Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions.

CPR – This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council Guidelines. This unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

Who is it for?

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes.

Learning Outcomes:

LV Rescue

  • Inspection of rescue equipment
  • Assessing hazards to rescuer, victim and others
  • Isolation procedures where appropriate
  • Knowledge of Safe Approach Distances (SAD’s) appropriate to rescue from a live LV panel
  • Involvement of external emergency services
  • Placement of rescue equipment
  • Controlling hazards to rescuer, victim and others
  • Maintaining Safe Approach Distances (SAD’s) appropriate to rescue from a live LV panel
  • Practical demonstration of rescuing a person
  • Removing victim to safe location / place of safety

CPR

  • Recognise an emergency situation
  • Identify, assess and minimise immediate hazards to health and safety of self and others
  • Assess the casualty and recognise the need for CPR
  • Seek assistance from emergency response services
  • Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in accordance with ARC guidelines
  • Display respectful behaviour towards casualty
  • Operate automated external defibrillator (AED) according to manufacturer’s instructions
  • Accurately convey incident details to emergency response services
  • Report details of incident to workplace supervisor as appropriate
  • Maintain confidentiality of records and information in line with statutory and/or organisational policies

Entry Requirement: 

For LV Rescue – HLTAID001 Provide CPR

For CPR – Nil

Award: Accredited – Statement of Attainment

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