Arc Flash & Shock Electrical Safety Training 2015
Developed for workers that perform energized electrical work. The overall course content was developed using industry accepted best practice standards as the under pinning in support of meeting Provincial or Federal regulatory due diligence for arc flash and shock.
The ESTS Electrical Worker course is broken down into five sections for ease of use. Workers should self-pace themselves based on their understanding of the subject matter. All workers are encouraged to stop and start their course by saving their progress before exiting. At any time during the course workers can ask questions to an Instructor and follow along using a comprehensive Student Workbook as a training aid.
Students who score 80% or greater earn their training certificate and can apply for 0.6 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s). Final assessment questions are fully randomized so Workers never have the same exact questions.
ESTS Electrical Worker Canada 2015
Electrical Worker Training Modules:
Learning Objectives for Qualified Electrical Workers:
- Regulations, Consensus-based Standards and Best Practices
- Understanding Electricity in the Workplace
- Electrical Hazards: Understanding the Potential for Harm
- Risk Assessment Procedure
- Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
- Engineering and Administrative Controls
- Electrical Specific PPE, Tools and Equipment
- Emergency Response, Incident Reporting and Program Maintenance
- Final Assessment & Work Task Scenarios
- Explain the Regulations and Standards applicable to their role and responsibilities.
- Identify and understand electrical hazards and risk assessment.
- Effectively manage electrical hazards by following the Work Flow Process to safely execute energized electrical work.
- Learn how to complete an Arc Flash Risk Assessment and Shock Risk Assessment as part of an overall Risk Assessment Procedure (RAP).
- Apply preventive and protective control measures to reduce risk.
- Understand electrical incident emergency response and incident reporting requirements