Safe electrical work practices for BA5-certified employees
Do your electrotechnicians and other qualified workers know how to correctly assess electrical hazards in the workplace? By completing our training course on safe electrical work practices for BA5-certified employees, they will learn how to take the necessary measures to prevent and mitigate these types of hazards, and how to guide and supervise co-workers. This course is only available to those who have successfully completed our ‘Safe electrical work practices for BA4-certified employees’ training course.
BA5-certified employees know exactly how to implement safe electrical work practices and are able to take the necessary measures to prevent and mitigate the hazards associated with work on or near electrical equipment. BA5-certified employees are also authorised to assist and guide colleagues in performing safe electrical work, thus increasing the level of safety within the entire work environment.
The training course is aimed at qualified workers, such as electrotechnicians and maintenance technicians, who work on or near electrical equipment. This course for BA5-certified employees is only available to those who have successfully completed the training course for BA4-certified employees.
During this interactive training course, your workers will gain the necessary skills to become BA5 certified, accurately assess electrical hazards, and take measures accordingly.
This training course takes one day to complete and provides ample time for practical exercises and for exchanging experiences. The theory part of the course covers the following topics:
- introduction: objectives and approach;
- general information and regulations for safe electrical work practices;
- electrical hazards associated with work on or near electrical equipment;
- regulations regarding work on non-energised electrical equipment;
- terms and regulations regarding work on energised electrical equipment.
As a BA5-certified person, your employee will have the necessary practical knowledge and insight into mandatory safety requirements for electrical work. He or she will be able to accurately assess and identify potential electrical hazards and propose prevention measures to help mitigate these hazards.
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