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Electrical Spotter

Course Overview

The course UETDREL006 Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker is designed to provide non-electrical workers with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely work near live electrical apparatus. This course is essential for individuals who may need to work in proximity to electrical equipment but do not have a background in electrical work. The UETDREL006 course will ensure your safety when working in environments with live electrical apparatus.

 

Duration

1 day

Location

Training is delivered face-to-face at our training facilities or it can be arranged at a clients facility

Price

$330 per person

Dates

Upcoming Dates

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The course “UETDREL006 Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker” provides essential knowledge and skills for individuals who work in environments where they may encounter live electrical apparatus but are not primarily electricians.

The UETDREL006 course equips non-electrical workers with essential knowledge and skills to safely operate in proximity to live electrical apparatus. It covers understanding electrical hazards, identifying safety procedures, and implementing control measures. Participants learn to conduct risk assessments, interpret safety signs, and respond effectively to emergencies.

The course emphasises compliance with relevant regulations and standards, promoting a culture of safety in the workplace. Practical exercises enhance understanding of safe work practices, including isolation procedures and personal protective equipment usage. Upon completion, participants are equipped to mitigate risks associated with working near live electrical apparatus, ensuring a safe working environment.

Upon successful completion of the course, a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following Units of Competency will be issued. UETDREL006 Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker.


There are no prerequisites for this course.

Electrical spotters play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of workers near overhead power lines and electrical installations. Their primary responsibility is to identify and communicate potential hazards, conduct risk assessments, and implement control measures to prevent accidents. Clear communication and vigilant observation are key to their role in minimising electrical risks.

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