Access to electrical installations offshore

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Do you think about safety when you carry out your work in electrical installations offshore? Stay up to date so that you do not expose yourself or others to danger.

Technical information

Course name : Access to electrical installations offshore
Course manual : No
Type : E-learning
Duration : 45 minutes
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.

Terms

VAT is not included

Target

After completing the course, the participant shall be aware of the dangers in low- and high-voltage installations, so that they do not expose themselves or others to danger when staying in electrical installations offshore.

Target group

Anyone who is to have access to or work near electrical installations offshore, to perform work that is not directly related to the electrical installation. Persons who have a key and independent access to areas with electrical hazards to perform visual inspection or other work within locked electrical installations.

The course is also suitable for electrical engineers and other personnel who are to have access to a limited area with electrical hazards.

Subjects covered in the course

  • Hazards in high voltage systems
  • Hazards in low voltage systems
  • Current through body
  • Arc flash Hazards
  • Training requirements
  • Access to electrical installations offshore (access permit)
  • Responsibility and planning
  • Safety on site
  • Risk and behavior - delimitation of work areas
  • Behavior in low and high voltage facilities
  • Documentation, safety cards
  • Emergency preparedness and evacuation
  • Reporting accidents

The course satisfies the requirements for theoretical training in accordance with § 7 of the FSE.

In addition to this course, you must do a tour with instruction in the facilities you will be working in and the equipment you are going to use. This shall be arranged by the individual employer.

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