ELECTRICITY AT WORK REGULATIONS 1989
To provide Electricians/Supervisors and other interested parties with the required knowledge to assume their duties and responsibilities under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
No previous knowledge is required.
Lecture notes, audio-visual presentation and case studies.
Assessment will be as agreed between the Client Company and NETA.
On successful completion of the course candidates will receive a City and Guilds certificate. The certificate will be sent directly to the delegate or their sponsor company.
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Upon completion of this training course, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations
- Apply the principles of the Electricity at Work Regulations in a working environment
- 1989 Regulations compared to previous electrical regulations.
- Fire – Burns – Arcing – Explosion
- The Nature of Shock
- The Effects of Shock
- Order of Action
- Regulation 1 – Citation
- Regulation 2 – Interpretations
- Regulation 3 – Duties
- Regulation 4 – Construction, maintenance, work activity and protective equipment
- Regulation 5 – Strength and capability
- Regulation 6 – Adverse conditions
- Regulation 7 – Protection by insulation
- Regulation 8 – Earthing
- Regulation 9 – Integrity of referenced conductors
- Regulation 10 – Connections
- Regulation 11 – Means of protection from excess current
- Regulation 12 – Means for cutting off supply and isolation
- Regulation 13 – Precautions for work on equipment made dead
- Regulation 14 – Work on or near live conductors
- Regulation 15 – Working space, access and lighting
- Regulation 16 – Competency