Course Title

Electrical safety

A brief about this course

Qualification overview

Given information regarding electrical safety, various examples, and realistic work scenarios, the employees shall be able to identify and describe electrical hazards and precautions that should be taken to avoid injury in the workplace.

Topics covered at minimum

Course contents

Hazards of Electricity

PPE-PPE Inspection

Attachment Plugs

PPE Testing Tools and Equipment's

Isolating Circuits

Electrical PPE-Work Area safety

Test Instruments

Conductive Apparel

Working on energized Equipment

Conductive Work Location

Instrument Ratings Personal Protective Equipment

Portable Electrical Tools

Portable Electrical Tools

Over Current Protection

Who should attend

Target participants

Supervisors and safety managers who install, maintain, repair, troubleshoot or work around power generation, transmission and distribution equipment.

Multi-craft or experienced electricians

Substation technicians

New electricians





How do I know if someone is competent to do electrical work?

A person can demonstrate competence to perform electrical work if they have successfully completed an assessed training course, run by an accredited training organization. courtesy

Can I do my own electrical work?

You can do your own electrical work if you are competent to do so. Simple tasks such as wiring a plug are within the grasp of many people but more complex tasks, such as modifying an electrical installation, may not be.

When should I report an electrical accident to HSE?

You should report any work-related accident that comes under the requirements of the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) 2013.

In general, an electrical accident is reportable in any of the following circumstances:

  • the person dies as a result of their injuries
  • the person suffers a specified injury
  • as a result of their injury, the person is away from work for more than seven days, or can’t undertake their full range of normal duties for more than seven days
  • plant or equipment comes into contact with, or close proximity to overhead power lines
  • there is an electrical incident causing explosion or fire

For more information on when you should report an accident or dangerous occurrence, see: RIDDOR: Who must report an incident?

What should I do if I think someone is working unsafely?

If you think someone is working unsafely, you should ask them to stop immediately and tell a manager. If you are still believe they are working unsafely, you should notify HSE.

How much does it cost to attend a course?

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How much does it cost to attend a course?

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