OverviewSafe Isolation of Electrical Systems
This qualification aims to provide practical guidance to learners wishing to gain knowledge and understanding on the management of electrical safety, with particular emphasis on low voltage safe isolation procedures to be followed during construction and refurbishment projects, and during maintenance activities.
This qualification is aimed at
- Duty holders, Managers and supervisors responsible for safe working practices;
- Electricians working on construction/refurbishment projects and carrying out maintenance and fault-finding activities;
- Other trades who are required to safely isolate electrical equipment prior to mechanical maintenance activities.
Successful completion of this course will mean that candidates will learn, develop and practise the skills required for understanding of the correct legislations in how to carry out safe isolation what needs to be done to make sure workers on-site are not exposed to danger when working on or near live electrical systems and equipment in buildings.
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This is an industry-specific course and no formal entry requirements.
At the end of the course, delegates will:
Study number of chapter and modules that help you to gain necessary knowledge to be able to carried out safe isolation.
The workshop will confirm the individual understands how to correctly use test equipment to isolate all of, or part of, and electrical installation to allow safe work.
During your study you will cover a range of knowledge and skills across areas including design project.
Units of Study will be
- Introduction to safe isolation procedures
- Electricity at Work Legislation
- Electrical safety equipment for safe isolation purposes
- Safe isolation on-site practical application and practice
Successful Completion of the course leads to the award of a Bedford College Underpinning knowledge certificate (COURSE CODE): Safe Isolation.
There is a mix of written exams, written assignments and practical assessments.
During or on completion of the course you should be seeking work in the Electrotechnical sector. If students find employment they can progress to complete 2357 Level 3 NVQ. On completion of the diploma you can then progress to any of our CPD short courses.
To take part in this course you will need note-taking equipment, a scientific calculator, current version of the IEE Wiring Regulations and On Site Guide.
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