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Who should attend
This course is intended for all Electrical Engineers, Electrical Supervisors, Electrical Technicians and Building Supervisors.
About the course
The course will focus on Electrical Inspection and Testing which involves some degree of hazard. It is the inspector’s duty to ensure their own safety and that of others. The seminar is based on IEC 60364 (Low voltage Inspection and Testing and Medium voltage systems).
The focus will be on:
- Initial verification, commissioning and periodic inspection and testing
- Inspection and testing regime ensure the safety of people and property
- Installed equipment is of the correct type and is safe for continuing use.
- The electrical system is safe for continuing use.
- The electrical system has not been damaged or otherwise defective
- For the identification any possible defects that may cause danger
Delegates will gain an appreciation of the following
- Knowledge on the statutory requirements and non-statutory requirements
- The definitive LV/MV standards for an effective inspection and testing regime
- A detailed knowledge of an effective inspection process
- Delegates will gain a detailed knowledge of the types of test equipment
On successful completion of this course delegates will be able to deliver for the organization:
- The need for a conversant application of the standards
- Knowledge of the sequence of Inspection and testing
- Understanding of the requirements for inspection and testing
- The need for ensuring electrical safety for people and property
The seminar will allow delegates to interact and gain shared experiences of others along with:
- An understanding for the need for safe working practices
- Using group discussions to illustrate the material being discussed
- An emphasis to ensure material is appropriate to the organizations being represented
- An awareness and understanding of the course objectives
- Safe working practices being stressed and observed
- Risk reduction methods investigated
Principles Practices and legislation
- The required information
- Normative references
- Terms and definitions
- Management of the activity
- Identification of electrical items/systems to be looked at
Protection for Safety
- Review of Day 1
- Overview of types of protection including, basic, fault and additional types of reference conductors and their importance on the fault path.
- The seminar will look at impedance in relation to disconnection times
- Compatibility concerns in relation to external influences
Selection and erection of electrical equipment
- Review of Day 2
- Inspection check list
- Common rules
- Safe isolation procedure
- Dead tests to be considered and test equipment
Inspection and Testing
- Review of Day 3
- Recap safe isolation and GS 38 requirements
- Recap sequence of dead tests and possible expected values
- Introduction to live testing and safety consideration
- Exercise on completing inspection reports
- Exercise on completing schedule of test results
- Review of Day 4
- Reinforce safety considerations
- Recap on sequence of tests
- Types of test equipment
- Calibration or maintenance of test equipment.
- Required records
A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:
- (30%) Based on Case Studies
- (30%) Techniques
- (30%) Role Play
- (10%) Concepts
- Pre-test and Post-test
- Variety of Learning Methods
- Case Studies and Self Questionaires
- Group Work
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