Electrical Safety Awareness
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Everyone in the workplace needs to have an awareness of electrical safety. Before a new staff member starts at work they should have the right skills and knowledge to identify and control electrical hazards, awareness of effects on the body and first aid, policies, procedures and legislation to work safely with electricity. This unaccredited training provides the participant with Electrical Safety Awareness.
Training will be delivered face to face, either on site or at the Redpath Education training rooms. The training is delivered in one session of (2) hours at a time to suit the Facility, or the majority of the participants.
Tutors and learning support:
Training is conducted in English and participants should possess functional written and spoken English skills. The course is delivered by local, Industry experts and qualified Tutors, who hold a current Police Clearance, understand the context of practice and embrace the principles of cultural safety in their teaching
Fees are payable though the website or at our office by credit card (Visa/MC), cash or purchase order, and may be tax deductible to eligible students. Should the NT Government and industry bodies make Scholarships available, we will assist you to apply.
A 'No Refunds Policy' applies to all online learning courses once you have been issued with your user name and passwords, whether you have accessed the system or not.
Pre-payment secures your enrolment for this course, and all fees must be paid before a Statement of Attainment is issued.
- Classes on campus or at your workplace, on schedule or after hours
- Class size is limited to a max of 12 participants - unless otherwise arranged
- Remote travel is additional to the course cost, and will be quoted on request
Face to face session including group work and individual activities
- Electricity Basics
- Legal aspects;
- Codes of Practice (COP-Managing Electrical Risks in the Workplace - Safe Work Australia)
- Duty of care
- Responding/controlling workplace hazards
- Reporting electrical hazards
- Lock-outs and tag-outs
- Residual Current Devices (RCDs)
- Inspection and testing
- Visual inspection of electrical equipment & frequency of inspecting
- Testing of electrical equipment
- First Aid & First Response
- Effects of electricity on the body (short and long-term)
- Electrical fires
Workplace activities including;
Workplace electrical hazard assessment (this can be undertaken at the cohorts workplace to contextualise the learning)
- Hazards may include;
- Frayed and damaged power cord
- Overloaded power boards
- Working near overhead power-lines
- Buried underground power-lines
- Water near electricity
- Damaged power tools and exposed electrical cables
- Group workplace inspection (to identify and develop risk minimisation strategies)
- identify the hazard
- classify the risk
- control the risk
- Workers are provided a course pack including relevant Voyages policies/procedures
- Each worker completes a Voyages hazard report (near miss)
- Knowledge assessment;
- End of course knowledge assessment
To assist you in making an informed decision on your course, contact our office.
LLN support can be provided to participants, as well as additional face to face time with the trainer/assessor on request.