Electrical Safety Rules (OSHA)
Course Information
The aim of this course is to provide a basic understanding of typical Electrical Safety Rules used in the oil and gas industry.

Learning Objectives:
  • LO1: Describe the purpose of the Electrical Safety Rules
  • LO2: Identify the roles and responsibilities of electrical personnel
  • LO3: Outline the PPE to be worn for electrical work
  • LO4: Explain the function of Switch Rooms
  • LO5: Explain the function of a switching program
  • LO6: Describe the documentation required for electrical work
  • LO7: Outline the reporting procedure for faults
  • LO8: Describe the procedures to be followed when carrying out electrical isolations
  • LO9: Describe the procedure for working on High Voltage Equipment
  • LO10: Describe the procedure for the handling of cables
  • LO11: Describe the procedure for working on Low Voltage systems
  • LO12: Describe the procedure for working on telecommunications equipment
  • LO13: Describe the precautions to be taken in hazardous areas
  • LO14: Explain the actions to take in an emergency

Key Information

Accrediting Body: RelyOnNutec

Course Duration: 60 minutes

Knowledge Check: 10 questions

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain what manual handling is
  • Describe the structure of the human spine
  • Identify factors that contribute to manual
  • Identify the common causes and injuries
  • Identify proper lifting techniques and the importance of ergonomic design
  • Identify ways to reduce manual handling incidents
  • Identify the purpose, factors and responsibility of the risk assessment

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