Our Courses-Electrical Awareness & Underground Services

UETDREL006 – Work Safely in the Vicinity of Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker

Work Safely in the Vicinity of Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker

UETDREL006
This course is designed for individuals who are required to operate or observe the operation of cranes, plant and hand held tools in the vicinity of live overhead power lines and associated electrical apparatus in accordance with the WorkCover Code of Practice “Work Near Overhead Power Lines”
 
This course covers the following elements;
1. Preparing to work safely in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus
2. Working safely in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus
3. Completing work and documentation
If you require a group booking for 10 or more, please contact us 02 9733 3600 or enquiries@trainme.com.au and we can arrange for training to take place onsite at your premises.

Introduction:

Target Audience:

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Methods:

Program Benefits:

Content:

Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
Working Safely in the Vicinity of Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker 17 July 2024 08:00 am - 04:00 pm EASTGARDENS 6 $250.00

This course is designed for individuals who are required to operate or observe the operation of cranes, plant and hand held tools in the vicinity of live overhead power lines and associated electrical apparatus in accordance with the WorkCover Code of Practice “Work Near Overhead Power Lines”. This includes those who may be required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical power lines) as non electrical workers.

If you have already completed this course and are required to complete your annual refresher, click here to take you to our course page.

Course duration: 1 day

Learning Outcomes

Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.

Identify various hardware and voltages in the ESI environment.

Identify relevant clearances for various voltages found in the ESI environment.

Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to the task being performed.

Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.

Knowledge of low voltage rescue, defibrillation and CPR.

Assessment

Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

Statement of Attainment

Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETDREL006 – Working Safely in the Vicinity of Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker. Please note: if your course took place on Friday or over the weekend your Statement of Attainment will not be sent until the following Monday.

Course Flyer

For more information, you can read through the  UETDREL006 – Work Safely in the Vicinity of Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker Course Flyer.

 

Entry Requirements

All participants must have a USI (Unique Student Identifier) number to enrol in this course. If you do not have a USI, please visit the USI Website and create one.

Language and Literacy Requirements

This course will be taught in English and will require a sound understanding of English literacy. If you believe you may encounter challenges with English literacy, please contact us on 02 9733 3600 and we will assess whether you have the capabilities required to undertake this course.

Age requirements

By law all participants must be over the age of 18 and able to provide valid photo ID, otherwise they cannot partake in this course. Please contact us for more information.

Participant Handbook

For information about Train Me RTO policies and processes, please read the Participant Handbook prior to completing enrolment forms.

 

Location & Starting Time

Banksmeadow

Please arrive by 8:00 AM

Unit 21/75 Corish Circle, East Gardens NSW 2036

What you should wear

A High-Visibility Vest is required as students go out on field.

Please come dressed in appropriate clothing, this includes long pants and enclosed shoes.

What you should bring

Please bring your Government Issued Photo ID.

Be advised that lunch is not provided, please bring your own lunch or there is a small tuck shop a 5 minute walk from our venue.

Parking

There is street parking available for visitors.

Top