LEVEL 3 AWARD IN THE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
To ensure that staff with responsibilities for the maintenance of electrical equipment have an understanding of the practical application of their safety obligations.
Pre-Requisite Candidates should be familiar with electrical systems and hazards of electricity.
Course Duration 2 days
Maximum Number 10 persons.
Training Aids Lecture notes and audio visual presentation, Code of Practice and demonstrations.
Assessment Delegates can undertake the City & Guilds 2377 assessment if they wish. The assessment consists of an on-line multiple-choice test.
Certification On successful completion of the assessments delegates will receive a City & Guilds certificate which is included in the cost of this course. The certificate will be forwarded to the delegate or to their sponsor as soon as possible.
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On completion of the course the delegate will be able to:
Understand the statutory and non-statutory requirements relevant to the management electrical equipment maintenance
Understand how equipment construction and classification reduces the risk of electric shock
Understand the requirements for the inspection and testing procedures for electrical equipment
Understand the audit and documentation procedures or the management and in-service testing of electrical equipment
Understand the training that is required for managers, inspectors and users of electrical equipment
It is expected that candidates should be familiar with electrical systems and hazards of electricity.
Legislation and Code of Practice
Statutory and non-statutory regulations in relation to maintenance of electrical equipment
Scope of the Code of Practice
Types of electrical equipment
Equipment construction types
Protection against electric shock
In-Service Inspection and Testing Procedures
Types of in-service inspection and testing
Factors determining the initial frequency of inspection and testing
Identify the in-service inspections and tests that are required
Identify instruments suitable for the testing of electrical equipment
Audit and Documentation Procedures
Purpose of in-service inspection and testing documentation
Reasons for maintaining test instruments
Actions taken with damaged or faulty equipment
Actions taken with repaired equipment
Identify training requirements for users of equipment