Electrical Accreditation Training Program for Electricians :B1 B2 BC BR

Duration : 3 days (21 h on-site)

Price : € 165 ex VAT per day

Profile

Electrical or electromechanical staff called to carry out lockout-tagout procedures, and/or supervise non-live electrical works, and perform general operations.

Prerequisites

Electro-technical competency is a mandatory requirement for enrollment in the electrical accreditation training course for electricians.

Objectives

  • To learn the industry regulations as defined in the NF C 18-510 standard
  • To apply LV safety guidelines relating to lockout-tagout, general operations, and de-energized, non-live work carried out in the vicinity of electrical works or installations.
  • Issuance of electrician accreditation grades : B1 B2 BC BR

Location

Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Montpellier, Toulouse

Commodities

Complimentary breakfast
Wheelchair accessible

1.Shared topics

  • Effects of electric current on the human body : electrification, electrocution, burns
  • Electrical works or installations : voltage domains, restrictions and recognizing materials
  • Environments and their constraints

 

Electrical accreditation : principles, symbols, restrictions, and formalization

  • Hazard analysis and implementation of general preventive principles
  • Monitoring of operations
  • Securing circuits : de-energizing, VAT (Voltage Absence Testing), lockout-tagout, placing out of reach
  • Personal and collective protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Work equipment used (ladders, hand tools…) : hazards and implementation
  • Fires and accidents on or near electrical works or installations

2.Technical topics for S S-F grades

  • Type, structure and operation of works and installations (substations and power lines)
  • Function of the electrical materials of substations : control, protection, separation…
  • Capacitive induction and coupling, and related preventive measures (achieving equipotential bonding)
  • Locking and interlocking devices
  • Collective protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Personal protective equipment : identify, verify, use

3.Topics specific to B1(v), B2(v), B2(v) Test grades

  • Characterization of works and restrictions : de-energized, non-live, live in near or far vicinity
  • Positions in charge of lockout-tagout and in charge of electrical operation : role, instructions, information exchange
  • Accreditation : symbol and restrictions
  • Preventive measures to be applied during work : elimination of hazards, organization, demarcation, signposting, observance and enforcement
  • Electrical materials in their environment : function, characteristics, identification
  • Applicable documents during ongoing work : safety instructions, confirmation of lockout-tagout, confirmation of first step of lockout-tagout, work authorization, notice of completion of works…
  • Work equipment used : hazard assessment, verification, identification, use
  • Safety instructions for tests (for the « Test » attribute)

4.Topics specific to BC grades

  • Function of electric materials : outage, protection, separation…
  • Responsible for lockout-tagout procedures and electrical operation: role, instructions, information exchange
  • Applicable steps and documents during lockout-tagout : certification of lockout-tagout in one or two steps, notice of completion of works…

5.Topics specific to BR grades

  • Restrictions of the BR and BS accreditation grades
  • Function of electrical materials : outage, protection, control, separation
  • Responsible for lockout-tagout procedures and electrical operation: role, instructions, exchange (of information and documents), observance of instructions
  • Work equipment used : hazard assessment, verification, identification, use
  • Applicable documents during an operation : work authorization, safety instructions…
  • Preventive measures to be applied during general LV operations : elimination of hazards, organization, demarcation, signposting, observance and enforcement
  • Applicable steps and documents during lockout-tagout on one’s own behalf

6.Evaluation and validation

  • Initial evaluation to assess the trainee’s knowledge of the prerequisites required to follow the training
  • 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.

7. Teaching methods

  • Presentations and discussions based on real-life experiences
  • Practical implementation of the concepts by each course participant

8. Teaching resources

  • Use of audiovisual resources relating 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