FSE Instructed Personnel with First Aid

Course in electrical safety for personnel carrying out simple operational tasks such as replacing fuses and resetting protective devices in electrical installations.

Technical information

Course name : FSE Instructed Personnel with First Aid
Course manual : No
Type : E-learning
Duration : 1,5 hours
Language: English
Provider: Trainor

System requirements

This course can be run on a computer, tablet and smart phone. For handheld devices we recommend a stable Wi-fi connection. Flash is not required for this course.

Recommended minimum connection speed is 1.5 Mbps. If you experience problems while running the course, we recommend using the Google Chrome browser.


The aim of the course is to equip instructed personnel with the necessary skills to appreciate risk and avoid electrical hazards. This will contribute to increasing safety for you and your colleagues, thus providing you with a safer workplace without injuries.

Target group

Shift Managers, operational operators, process operators, machine operators, caretakers, teachers, and various categories of maintenance personnel. Other relevant groups include service personnel, shop workers, farmers or other agriculture workers.

Subjects covered in the course

  • Organisation and access restriction
  • Electrical hazards and accidents
  • Risks and behaviour
  • What are you permitted to do yourself and when must you call an electrician?
  • Technical instruction
  • Theoretical first aid, electrical injuries

This course meets the central authorities’ requirements regarding theoretical training for those who operate electrical installations and equipment. Cf. Electrical Safety no. 84 and the FSE regulations. Additional instruction and practical training with the specific electrical equipment being used is also required. Training must be renewed at least every 12 months, cf. Guidelines to §7 in Operation of Electrical Installations (FSE).

The course includes the required theoretical training in first aid connected with electrical accidents, with the exception of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In addition to this theoretical training, it is important to receive practical experience in CPR (mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compression).

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