Course Information

HTM 06-02 Awareness

This course is aimed at staff working within the National Health Service delivering front-line electrical maintenance and carrying out installation work, who need to be aware of the requirements of the Health Technical Memorandums that are applicable to what they do (Competent Person LV or LVCP).
HTM 06-02 course


1 day

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Assessment Paper


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Course Aims

Whilst not delving into the depths of the design requirements or the structural format of electrical management this course aims to cover the day-to-day application of HTM 06-02. It is expected that attendees have a good understanding of electrical principals and craft-practice.

Course Content

  • Statutory requirements relating to electrical safety;
  • HTM-06-02- Electrical safety guidance for low voltage systems;
  • Roles and duties of personnel;
  • Procedures for working on equipment made dead;
  • Procedures for working on live equipment;
  • Use of approved tools and equipment and personal protective equipment;
  • Means/method of proving dead at the point of work;
  • Completion of live working self-check safety precautions before testing, fault-finding or making adjustments on live LV circuits;
  • Types of live working that requires the issue of an LV certificate of authorisation for live working, by an Authorised Person;
  • Testing of circuits prior to energisation.

Delegates should have a good level of understanding relating to low voltage electrical installation work

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

Competent Persons are required to complete a course of emergency first aid training.

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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