Course Overview

Our Electrical Safe Isolation Course will ensure that your people are competent to safely isolate electricity supplies which is an essential requirement before removing equipment covers for maintenance activities.

Our course covers both 230V single-phase & 400V three-phase supplies.

Who should take this course?

Our course is suitable for people who have the responsibility for the isolation of electrical supplies, whether it be for electrical or non-electrical work, such as mechanical maintenance or cleaning.

Our course is ideal for those new to electrical isolation, or as a refresher for existing qualified personnel, involved in the use and maintenance of electrical equipment or close-contact with electrical installations.

Our course has been designed as an introduction to electrical safe isolation and no previous training is needed.

We can tailor course content to incorporate your company’s own Safe Isolation Procedures and Permit-to-Work systems.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this training course, you will understand;

– Your duties when working on, or near live electrical equipment

– Electrical hazards, potential risks, and effective control measures

– Basic electrical circuit theory and why circuit protection is essential

– Why user checks are essential before using electrical equipment

– How to apply lock-off and tag-off to a range of equipment

– How to prove dead with approved test equipment

Assessment & Certification

Your people will be assessed via an online multiple-choice test, which can be completed on a mobile device such as a smart phone.

A Certificate of Training will be sent to the course organiser on successful completion of the final assessment.

1-day Onsite Training Course

£750.00per course

8 People Maximum

Professional Trainer/Assessor

Course Workbooks

Practical Onsite Demonstration

Online Competency Assessment

Certificate of Training

Course Content

Overview of Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

Dangers of Electricity

Basic Electrical Circuit Theory

Importance of Circuit Protection

Safe Use of Electrical Equipment

The need to Lock Off Tag Off

The importance of proving “dead”

Competency Assessment