Electrical safety and connecting/disconnecting electrical equipment

Necessary electrical safety training for personnel with a certificate in non-electrical subjects.
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Technical information

Course name : Electrical safety and connecting/disconnecting electrical equipment
Course manual : Yes
Type : Classroom
Course duration: 3 days
Provider : Trainor


This course provides participants with the necessary electrical training and qualifications to be able to carry out certain types of connection and disconnection tasks with electrical equipment.

Target group

Personnel with relevant non-electrical qualifications, (cf. Regulations on the Qualification of Electrical Professions and Trades § 6, with Guidelines).

Subjects covered in the course

  • Basic electrical techniques and methods
  • Understanding electrical safety
  • Ohms law
  • Electrical equipment
  • General information on electrical motors
  • Regulations issued by the Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning
  • FEK - Regulations concerning electrical businesses and qualification requirements for work related to electrical installations and equipment
  • FSE - Regulations on the Operation of Electrical Installations
  • Information on relevant regulations issued by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority
  • Instructions for connecting and disconnecting low-voltage motors
  • Working on disconnected installations
  • Working in the vicinity of live equipment
  • Locking principles
  • Service switches. Fuses and motor protection devices
  • Distribution systems (IT, TT and TN)
  • Short-circuit currents
  • Using protective equipment
  • Using various metering instruments for
  • Voltage testing
  • Insulation testing
  • Requirements when replacing a motor
  • Replacing with an identical motor type
  • Replacing with a motor that is not identical

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