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    Electrical Safety

    • Provides the knowledge for the safety requirements for the electrical system
    • Electricity – How it Works
    • Common  Electrical Hazards           
    • Hazard Recognition
    • Electrical Hazards and How to  Control Them
    • Grounding
    • Circuit Protective Devices
    • Power Tool Requirements
    • Clues that Electrical Hazards Exist
    • Lockout and Tagging of Circuits
    • Safety-Related Work Practice
    • Preventing Electrical Hazards
    • Summary – Hazards & Protections
    • Electrocution  & Protective Triangles
    • Review  Questions
    •  Golden Electrical safety rules
    • Safety Requirements for Industries under the various acts, rules, and standards
    • Electrical Safety Features during maintenance of electrical equipment's and Switch Gears – ( C.B and Variable speed drive)
    • Hazardous area
    • Static Electricity – Earthling –bonding
    • Earthling system technique and standards
    • Treatment of electric shock
    • Electrical Fire and Prevention
    • Typical  fire fighting for oil fields

    Day 1

    • Pre-Test
    • Electricity – How it Works (1-I)
    • Electrical Terms – You Need To Know
    • Common Electrical Hazards     
    • Electrical Shocks
    • FactorsAffecting severity of Electric Shocks
    • Commonways of Electric Shocks
    • TypicalCases of Electrical Shocks
    • Effect of Electric current on a human being(6)
    • StandardIEC 60479-1- Effects of current on human beings and livestock
    • StandardIEC 60364  direct contact with live part
    • StandardIEC 60364  indirect contact with livepart
    • Understand current risks - identify thedifferent types of risks incurred by people in an electrical installation.  (1-IV)
    • Introduction
    • Exercise-1 - risk of electrocution
    • Exercise-2/3 - How  to identify the differenttypes of risks incurred by people in an electrical installation.
    • Exercise-4
    • Exercise-5 -understanding of the earth leakage protection function in an electricalinstallation.
    • Exercise-6 - understanding of the  differencebetween earth leakage protection function and C.B in an electricalinstallation.
    • Case-1, 2 & Conclusions
    • Exercise-7 -As of what level can current flowing in the human body cause injuries?
    • Exercises-8 , 9,10 ,11 & 12
    • Protectionagainst electrocution  by direct contact
    • GoldenElectrical safety rules
    • CaseStudy -3
    • Mostcommon shock-Related injury - Burns
    • Mostcommon shock-related injury – Falls
    • ElectricalArc Flash
    • ElectricalArc Blast
    • Tests1 & 2 shows Arc flash/Arc Blast results on simulated Human Being
    • FlashHazard Analysis
    • TypicalEquipment Label
    • PersonalProtective Clothing
    • Examplesof Electrical PPE
    • Safety-tip; Inspecting Voltage Rated Gloves in Field
    • Hazard Recognition (1-IV)
    • Electrical Hazards and How to Control Them (1-IV)
    • Grounding (3-III)
    • Circuit Protective Devices (3-III)
    • GFCI Protection
    • How a GFCI Works- Typical Example
    • Types of GFCI Protection
    • Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter for
    • Outlets Near Water (3-IV)
    • Assured Equipment Grounding ConductorProgram (4,5)
    • Control – Ground Tools & Equipment(4,5)
    • Overloaded Circuits
    • Power Tool Requirements (3-V)
    • Tool Safety tips
    • Preventing Electrical Hazards – Tools
    • Clues that Electrical Hazards Exist (1-IV)
    • Lockout and Tagging of Circuits (3-II)
    • Safety-Related Work Practices(1-III)
    • Preventing Electrical Hazards – Planning (5)
    • Summary – Hazards & Protections
    • Electrocution & Protective Triangles (1-III)
    • Review Questions
    • Golden Electrical safety rules (3)
    • Group discussion & Quiz

    Day 2
    •  Safety Requirements for Industries under the various acts, rules and standards (7) (3-I)
    • Electrical Safety Features during maintenance of electrical equipment's and Switch Gears – (C.B and Variable speed drive) (13)
    • Hazardous area (9 & 10)
    • Covers flammable gases and vapors, flashpoints, ignition sources and explosions and interactive exercises'
    • Covers hazardous areas classifications andinteractive exercises
    • Covers specification, use, and maintenancerequirements of electrical equipment in hazardous areas and interactiveexercises
    • Static Electricity – Earthling –bonding (11)
    • Earthling system technique and standards (14)
    • Treatment of electric shock (15)
    • Electrical Fire and Prevention (8)
    • Typical fire fighting for oil fields (8)
    • Group discussion  
    • Post-test

    Electrical technicians, operation and engineers

    • This course provides the knowledge for the safety requirements for the electrical system
    • Electricity – How it Works
    • Common  Electrical Hazards           
    • Hazard Recognition
    • Electrical Hazards and How to  Control Them
    • Grounding
    • Circuit Protective Devices
    • Power Tool Requirements
    • Clues that Electrical Hazards Exist
    • Lockout and Tagging of Circuits
    • Safety-Related Work Practice
    • Preventing Electrical Hazards
    • Summary – Hazards & Protections
    • Electrocution  & Protective Triangles
    • Review  Questions
    •  Golden Electrical safety rules
    • Safety Requirements for Industries under the various acts, rules, and standards
    • Electrical Safety Features during maintenance of electrical equipment's and Switch Gears – ( C.B and Variable speed drive)
    • Hazardous area
    • Static Electricity – Earthling –bonding
    • Earthling system technique and standards
    • Treatment of electric shock
    • Electrical Fire and Prevention
    • Typical  fire fighting for oil fields

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