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Start Date : 29 Sep,2024
End Date   : 3 Oct,2024
Duration    : 5 Days
Price          : $ 3,995 ( SAR 14,981.25 )



Course Objectives

At the end of this course, participant will be able to: 

  • Explain the issues (statistics) associated with poor electrical safety in the workplace. 
  • Define and differentiate between qualified and unqualified persons under OSHA 
  • Identify requirements specified in OSHA, NFPA 70E, and describe seminaries and differences in OSHA & 70E. 
  • Fundamental requirements for high voltage electric safety 
  • List types of electrical hazards to personnel and describe the nature of the hazards 
  • Electric shock in high voltage equipment. 
  • Grounding system with high voltage equipment. 
  • High voltage protective equipment in a safe, reliable condition. 
  • Neutral grounding in high voltage equipment protective. 
  • Earth resistivity measurements for high voltage. 
  • Over voltages on power system and safety. 
  • High voltage Cables and safety Alternative forms of power switchgear and circuit breaker – current limiting, non-current limiting, etc. 
  • Power optimization equipment for real power and use of transformers, transmission lines, generators and motors devices to improve system operation 
  • Electrical hazards and precautions Statutory regulations and codes of practice High voltage safety rules Electrical safety documents 
  • Operational features of switchgear 
  • Circuit breakers - oil, gas, air and vacuum 
  • Auxiliary equipment 
  • Primary conductors and switchgear enclosures 
  • Switchgear maintenance 
  • Describe tests that can be done on switchgear 
  • Battery supply units Introduction to electrical faults and protection 
  • Fault diagnosis. 


Course Content:

  • Fundamental requirements for high voltage electric safety 
  • Electric shock in high-voltage equipment 
  • Neutral grounding in high-voltage protective equipment
  • Earthing and Electrical safety
  • Safety Related Work Practices 
  • Working On or Near Live Parts
  • Electric safety in high voltages power system 
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 


Targeted Audience:

Electrical Engineers and Experienced Electrical Maintenance technicians


Structure & Methodology:

The course uses a mix of interactive techniques such as brief presentations by the consultant and the participants, group exercises and case studies. The course also includes live instructions, video presentations, and practical examples & case studies. The trainer uses up-to-date training techniques and a variety of training methods, to give all participants the best opportunities for learning, including: 

  • Class Session 
  • Group Discussions 
  • Case studies 
  • Simulation 
  • Evaluatio 


Electrical Safety Compliance Professional

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