Electrical Safety Management
This 1 day course introduces the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management and provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of electrical safety and a systematic set of principles for assessing and managing electrical safety which can be applied to any business, large or small, and across all sectors of industry and the public sector.
Copies of the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management maybe loaned for the duration of the course.
The aim of the course, in conjunction with the IET Code of Practice, is to provide good practice guidance to enable individuals and their organisations to have a level of knowledge and understanding to manage the risks associated with an electrical system. There are many technical publications that provide guidance on certain aspects of electrical safety but not in a way that provides a process for managing electrical safety.
The course and Code of Practice is applicable to a range of job functions that include the management of the safety of an electrical system and facilities. This includes those responsible for ensuring there is an appropriate electrical safety policy and associated procedures, those responsible for ensuring that the procedures are implemented, those responsible for the management of specific electrical tasks and those responsible for the safe condition of equipment and machinery.
The course will also be of benefit to those individuals that need or wish to improve their knowledge of electrical safety.
The seminar is also applicable to a range of individuals that may not be from a traditional electrically trained background or experienced in managing electrical systems. As such they are not likely to have the specific knowledge associated with electrical safety as part of their core competency.
Organisations and premises that would benefit from this course:
- Central and local government
- Educational establishments
- Emergency services
- Healthcare establishments and estates
- Leisure, hotel and catering
- Manufacturing, industrial, construction, warehousing and distribution sites
- Office premises
- Residential property management
- Retail premises
- Transport, ports and terminals
Who should attend the course:
The course is applicable to a range of job functions connected to the management of the safety of electrical systems and facilities, including those responsible for ensuring that an appropriate electrical safety policy and associated procedures exist
- ensuring that the procedures are implemented
- the management of specific electrical tasks
- The safe condition of equipment and machinery
It will also benefit individuals who need or wish to improve their knowledge of electrical safety.
The training follows the structure of the IET code of Practice and provides guidance on the following:
Managing Electrical Safety
Managing ‘Policy’ aspects
- Electrical safety policy
- Electrical system standard
Managing ‘Procedure’ aspects
- Identifying and controlling your risks
- Safe working practices
- Workplace precautions
- Electrical system maintenance
- Electrical system documentation
- Incident investigation
- Measurement of performance
- Managing ‘People’ aspects
- Appointments, roles and responsibilities
Managing Specific Issues (where applicable)
- Work undertaken on or near exposed live electrical parts
- Operating electrical machinery
- Using electrical contractors
- Storing, handling, or using flammable gases, vapours or dusts
- Buried cables on your land
- Overhead power lines on or near your site
- Operating and maintaining high voltage equipment
Self-Assessment Evaluation and Next steps
The course is delivered by our engineers who have extensive experience in the electrical industry managing electrical systems, personnel and operational procedures. They regularly deliver electrical safety training and consultancy services to a broad spectrum of the industrial and commercial sectors.
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