Electrical Accreditation Program BS BE HE : Non-Electricians

Duration : 2 days (14 h on-site)

Price : € 165 ex VAT per day

Profile

Theaccreditation training course for non-electricians is intended for staff responsible for carrying out protective maneuvers and resets in electrical rooms in LV or HV, and for performing basic operations on electrical equipment and installations.

Prerequisites

Basic competency in electricity is highly recommended for enrollment in the BS BE HE electrical accreditation training course.

Objectives

  • To learn the industry regulations as defined in the NF C 18-510 standard.
  • To apply safety-related know-how to reset maneuvers carried out on electrical equipment or installations.
  • The issuance of an accreditation grade with the preset symbols offered by the trainer.

Location

Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Montpellier, Toulouse

Commodities

Complimentary breakfast
Wheelchair accessible
1.Shared topics
  • Electrical magnitudes encountered during various operations
  • Effects of electric current on the human body : electrification, electrocution, burns
  • Electrical works or installations : voltage domains, restrictions and recognizing materials
  • Electrical environments and their constraints Accreditation: principles, symbols, restrictions and formalization
  • Safety regulations relating to electrical environments and operations
  • Collective protection : measures, equipment and signage
  • Work equipment used (ladders, hand tools…) : hazards and implementation
  • Fires and accidents on or near electrical works or installations
2. Topics specific to maneuvers
  • Electrical materials in their environment : function, characteristics, identification
  • Personal protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Accreditation grade « E » : restrictions (allowed maneuvers), hazard analysis, and preventive measures
  • Parties involved in the maneuvers : positions responsible for electrical operation and for lockout-tagout
  • Exchanges with those in charge of electrical operation or lockout-tagout : information and documents
  • Safety instructions specific to maneuvers
3. Topics specific to BT Basic BS Operation
  • Accreditation restrictions « BS »
  • Exchanges with those in charge of electrical operation : information and documents
  • Electrical materials in their environment : function, characteristics, identification
  • Personal protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Securing circuits : pre-identification, separation, locking, VAT (Voltage Absence Testing), and repowering back to live
  • Preventive measures to be applied during a basic BT operation
  • Replacement / connection procedures and related safety instructions
4.Topics specific to BE Measurements, BE Verifications, HE Measurements, HE Verifications
  • Function of electric materials : outage, protection, separation…
  • Responsible for electrical operations : role, instructions, exchange (of information and documents), observance of instructions
  • Work equipment used : hazard assessment, verification, identification, use
  • Applicable documents during operations : work authorization, safety instructions…
  • Preventive measures to be applied during operations : elimination of hazards, organization,
  • demarcation, signposting, observance and enforcement
5. Evaluation and validation
  • Evaluation of the trainee’s knowledge at the end of each module
  • Evaluation of the trainee’s know-how through practical simulations and/or role play
  • Issuance of an accreditation grade with the preset symbols offered by the trainer.
6.Teaching methods
  • Presentations and discussions based on real-life experiences
  • Practical implementation of the concepts by each course participant
  • Knowledge mastery regularly assessed throughout the duration of the course
  • Computerized or written theoretical and practical tests
  • Each course participant is given a booklet summarizing the various topics.
  • Training quality evaluation questionnaire
7. Teaching methods
  • Use of audiovisual resources pertinent to the topics covered : slideshows…
  • Adapted classrooms
  • Equipment specific to electrical accreditation:1000V insulating gloves, undergloves, insulating mat, low voltage cell, voltage tester, insulating technical material

Note :

Refresher retraining course frequency recommended by the CNAMTS : every 3 years