Course Information

Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

This course is aimed at those who require an in-depth understanding of the general requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and how it affects their place of work and the work activities that they undertake. Particularly beneficial to Managers and Supervisors.
Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 training

Duration:

1 day

Scheduled Dates:

Please select a preferred date below

Assessment Method:

Assessment Paper

Price:

Available on request

Course Aims

This Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 course better informs anyone involved in electrical design, electrical installation and electrical maintenance to ensure that they comply with Regulation 1 through to 16 of the Regulations.

Course Content

  • Duty Holders
  • Systems, Activities and Work Equipment
  • Strength and capability
  • Environment
  • Insulation and placing of conductors
  • Earthing and other methods of protection
  • Protective devices
  • Isolation and switching
  • Working on equipment made dead
  • Work on or near live conductors
  • Access, working space and lighting
  • Competency
  • Absolute requirements, so far as is reasonably practicable and defence
  • Enforcement action and case studies

There are no formal entry requirements; however, candidates are expected to have a basic understanding of electrical science and have a practical appreciation of electrical installation work.

Upon completion of the course, successful delegates will receive a certificate.

This is an on-demand course, which can also be delivered on site. Please call our sales team for more details.

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