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Infinity Training and Assessing can offer a variety of signalling training courses at either our own premises in Horsley Cross or at our customers' premises (subject to the correct material/equipment being available).

The instructors provided will be highly experienced in the technical subject and either be working towards the recommended level 4 trainer qualification or will have already achieved this or higher.

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Safety Precautions When Working With Electrical Equipment

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Number of delegates: 8
Duration: 1 day
Location: Horsley Cross

Who should attend
Any delegates who are likely to come in contact with electrical equipment track-side, mandatory for Signalling Team Leaders and recommended for installation, maintenance, fault finding, testing and ground works staff who may come close to or touch cables/wires.

Objectives
On successful completion of this course delegates will be able to:
  • Understand the basic requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations
  • Be aware of Network Rail regulations regarding working with electricity within location cases
  • Generally understand the dangers of working with electricity
  • Understand the requirements for live working on or near signalling power distribution equipment above 175 V
  • Understand the safe working practices when working on or near signalling equipment
  • Be aware of the correct PPE to be worn when working in trough routes, cable trays and when pulling cables
  • Be aware of the dangers of electricity in work and home environments
  • Be aware of the correct test equipment to work in or near location cases
  • Understand who is permitted to take test measurements on live equipment
  • Understand electrical safety and how to isolate electrical equipment and check that is it dead

Learning approach
Classroom-based with proactive team discussions, PowerPoint presentations and video sessions.
Theory assessment to gauge the understanding of the delegate.

Pre-requisites
A basic understanding of electrical principles is ideal.