Electrical Arc Flash Safety Awareness
This training program has been designed to introduce non-Electrical Personnel to general electrical / arc flash safety in the work place. The latest 2018 version of the CSA Z462 arc flash / electrical safety standard defines these individuals as "Unqualified" personnel who do not have the demonstrated skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of electrical equipment and installations and who have not received safety training to identify and avoid the hazards involved.
Course Duration: 1 day
Who should attend?
All personnel that do not meet the definition of "Qualified" under CSA Z462, and who needs to know and understand the "safe approach distance" (Flash Protection Boundary and Limits of Approach) from arc flash hazards and restrictions that apply.
This includes: Managers; Health and Safety Professionals; Supervisors, and all non-Electrical Trades Personnel.
NOTE: This course is not intended for Electrical personnel that work on electrical equipment and installations.
Electrical personnel must complete the 2-Day Arc Flash training to meet the CSA Z462 definition of “Qualified”.
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||OH&S Regulations, Standards and Best Practices|
|∗||Understanding Electricity in the Workplace|
|∗||Electrical Hazards: Understanding the Danger|
|∗||Electrical Hazard Analysis|
|∗||Establishing an Electrical Safe Work Condition|
|∗||Engineering and Administrative Controls|
|∗||Electrical Tools and Equipment|
|∗||Personal Protective Equipment|
Note: Participants must bring personal protective equipment.