Electrical hazards can result in serious injuries or death for personnel that work on or around electrical equipment. In Fact, electrocutions rank fourth in causes of industrial fatalities. In order to ensure a safe workplace, personnel must understand electrical safety regulations, electrical hazards, and the use of safe work procedures and protective equipment.
This course focuses on international safety requirements, including OSHA standards, and provides information on the steps needed for the prevention of electrical injuries to individuals tasked with the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment.
This course is designed for professionals managing and supervising personnel involved in the maintenance and repair of electrical equipment, such as field supervisors, safety professionals, site managers, lead technicians, maintenance engineers and maintenance supervisors.
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Minimize risks by identifying the hazards associated with electrical energy and by complying to safety guidelines
- Enhance safety by understanding the difference between low, medium, and high voltage and by adopting the relevant safety rules accordingly
- Apply the inspection requirements when working with or on electrical equipment to avoid equipment damage and possible injuries to personnel
- Follow inspection requirements for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and reduce injuries by identifying defective PPE
- Describe and apply the requirements in EN 500110, the most widely used standard for the protection of individuals from the effects of electrical hazards
|Lagos and Abuja
||Oct 10 - 14 Oct, 2022
Registration: 07:30:am - 09:00:am
Class Session: 09:00:am - 05:00:am
|NGN 200,000.00||(Discount available for group nomination)|
|USD 2,500.00||(Foreign Participants)|
Philip Asije 08029170491, 08068933608, 08145745664, 08051365946
Group Discount Available
SULAIMON, YUNUSA OMOTOLU B.Eng., M.Eng, Power Distribution and Control – An experienced electrical engineer and a reliable team leader who has worked in an extremely challenging environment where analytical skills, problem solving and positive work attitude approaches are key to successEngr. Sulaimon has practical work experience in the following areas; Member of 11/415V transformer, r m u and fuse maintenance teamMember of HV 132/33KV substation operational team.In charge of assembling of three phase (star-delta) automated control power panel for Ac motorsIn charge of installation of HV panel for heavy Ac motor/Dc motors in order to pump water to the University communityRepair and regulate of electrical wiring system at both residential and offices including ClassroomsInstallation and inspection team member for elevator installation in the campusMember of mechanical/electrical new project design under project planning & commission.Member of Works and Physical Planning project technical evaluation committee team.Technical report writing of weekly water production and distribution to the University community report and send to the committee.Member of water generation, treatment, production and distribution unit.Partaking in Daily water tool and plumbing technical network repairs box team to enlighten and highlight areas of concern/infractions. Engr. Sulaimon will join other maintenance engineers to share their experience on our programs