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LEA - Safe Working Practice (SWP) - Tutorial

Short Course

Overview

Suitable for:

  • Certificate III in Electrotechnology students who have completed all relevant units of competency and met profiling requirements.
  • Participants who hold Australian Trades Recognition Certificate
  • Participants who hold an Electrician (Supervised) Worker’s Licence (ES licence)
  • Participants who have received a letter of approval from Energy Safe Victoria

Covered Topics:

  • Safe Working Practices in the disconnection reconnection of electrical equipment and its associated wiring from the mains

Course Outcomes:

This course will demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to undertake safe working practices in disconnecting and reconnecting of electrical equipment and its associated wiring from the mains.

Materials

You must wear long sleeves, long pants and covered footwear as per section 9 of AS/NZS 4836:2011. If you do not wear the correct clothing, you will be denied entry.

You must bring:

  • AS/NZS 4836:2011 Safe working on or near low voltage electrical installation and equipment (current version incorporating all amendments)

As of the 1st July 2015, All candidates are required to bring your own an Insulation Resistance Tester for LEA tutorials and assessments.


The criteria for the testers is:
  • Analogue
  • No indication for Pass or Fail
  • Minimum of 250V/500V scale
  • Minimum 2 x continuity scales
  • True moving coil meter
  • The tester has to have been tested recently calibrated for accuracy

As of the 1st January 2019, All SWP candidates to supply their own gloves: Inner insulated rubber glove rated 650V and labelled to meet Australian Standard AS2225 or relevant international standard IEC903. Outer gloves are to be leather flame resistant mechanical protection. Please ensure that your leather mechanical (outer glove) is large enough to go over your inner glove. If your gloves are not suitable, you will not be permitted to sit your assessment.

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