ESR-ESI-LV-1DAY

ESR, ESI, LV Rescue - 1 Day

UETTDRRF06 - Perform Rescue From Live LV Panel

 
This Competency Standard Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place.

Training specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for, health, safety and risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work.

UNIT Information:

The learning outcomes comprises of:
  • Prepare to work safely by following instructions, procedures and WHS processes
  • Understand the basic electrical principles of a circuit
  • Identify voltage levels in the power system
  • Identification of power line hazards and control measures
  • Effects of electric shock and the prevention of electric shock
  • Safe working zones and distances.
  • Exclusion zones
  • Rescue procedures
  • Outline the procedure following an electrical accident
  • Outline the basic requirements of relevant legislation
  • CPR
  • ESI First Aid

 

 

UETTDRRF10B - Provide First Aid In An ESI Enviroment

UNIT Information:

The unit coverrs the provision of first aid in an Electricity Supply Industry(ESI) and includes the recognition and provision of an initial response where first aid is required in emergency situations by providing essential first aid using basic life support measures according to established workplace first aid policies and procedures.

On completetion of this unit you will be expected to be able to do the following:

  • Prepare to provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • Carry out the provision of first aid in an ESI environment
  • Complete provision of first aid in an ESI environment  

 

 

Endeavour Energy (Refresher) -Electrical Safety Rules

 

The Endeavour Energy Electrical Safety Rules are the minimum acceptable standard for working on or near the network. The Rules allow work to be performed safely by all workers, including contractors and Accredited Service Providers.

An Authorisation process, which is a combination of training and competency assessment, is required to ensure that only appropriately competent workers carry out defined tasks on the network.

The amendments are necessary to clarify specific rules and to address risks identified in investigations into incidents.

 

 

Class Size: Up to 12
Duration: Full Day
Location: Pipeline Training Australia Office - Rouse Hill