Electrical Safety Training for Non Electricians - UTE C 18-510.

The objectives of this electrical safety training course for non electricians is to sensitize delegates on the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely at the proximity of electricity. Participants will learn the dangers and hazards of exposure to electricity, the component of electricity and how electrical hazards can be control.

They will be schooled on what to do in cases of electrical emergencies. Upon completion, delegates should be able to:

  • Work at the proximity of live electricity safely
  • Identify electrical hazard at work
  • Assist victims of electrical shock
  • Work in accordance with UTE C 18-510.

Training Duration:

The electrical safety training course for non electricians has a duration of two days classroom training including exercises and a site visit. We can organise the training onsite in Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Central African Republic, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

Who will Benefit from this Training

The electrical safety training course for non electricians is suitable for persons who need to work in the proximity of electricity where there are naked power cables, carry out a job in an area or make access into an area reserve for electrical works.

Training Content

Overview of standards applicable to electrical works.

  • Knowledge of electricity and its dangers
  • The Basics of electricity and hazardous component.
  • Electrical hazards:
  • current pathophysiological effects on the human body,
  • Types of electrical shock/electrocution.
  • Fires and explosions

Protection against electrical hazards:

  •    Safety distances,
  •    Neighborhood boundaries,
  •    Minimum distances,
  •    Delineation of work areas,
  •    Personal protective equipment.

Electrical Interventions work:

  • Logging,
  • lockout tagout,
  • signaling,
  • role of stakeholders,
  • permit to work

What to do in case of fire in electrical installations

Title of person performing work and their scope of responsibilities.

What to do in case of an incident or accident:

Practice

  • Site visit to identify electrical hazards and control measures within a facility.

 

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