Who Should Attend?
This one day safe isolation course is suitable for both electrical and non-electrical personnel. It will refresh a practicing electrician’s knowledge and understanding of safe isolation and give non-electrical individuals the skills to work safely on electrical installations.
What Will I Learn?
This course has been designed to create awareness, and offer guidance for anyone who may come into contact with low voltage installations during a construction project. Particularly plumbers, non-electrical contractors, sub-contractors, general operatives, maintenance personnel, site safety managers and site operatives.
Every year, people working on construction sites and on refurbishment and maintenance activities, suffer electric shock and burn injuries, some of which are fatal. Many of these accidents are a direct consequence of electricians and non-electrical personnel not implementing safe isolation procedures on low voltage installations.
Understanding and implementing safe isolation procedures will reduce risk when carrying out electrical repairs or installation work. This course will provide you with the necessary skills to help achieve this. However, please note that it is the responsibility of each employer to establish whether an individual is competent for the work to be undertaken.
- The Electricity at Work Regulations
- Electrical Shock
- Managing and assessing risk
- Safe isolation procedures explained and demonstrated
- Practical safe isolation techniques explained and demonstrated
Exams and Assessments
- Short multiple-choice assessment
- Practical safe isolation assessment
All attendees who complete the course will receive a certificate of attendance to add to their CPD (Continued Professional Development) records.
No books are required.
Terms and Conditions
We understand that it may be necessary for you to cancel your course booking. If you do cancel, we will refund your payment in accordance with the policy as set out below.