Arc Flash and Shock Mitigation for Industrial Personnel - Electrical Safety per CSA Z462/OSHA 1910
After Participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand principles of Electrical Safety per OSHA 29CFR 1910(S), CSA Z462 2018
- Apply the above methodology with Safe Work Practices for Industrial Electrical work
- Be aware of the requirements for a Qualified Electrical Worker
- Use knowledge gained for PPE selection, use of barriers, barricades, boundaries and signage
- Be able to perform risk assessments
This course covers principles of Electrical Safety to reduce incidents of Shock and Arc Flash. The contents of CSA Z462 and its American counterpart NFPA 70E are a result of cumulative studies on incidents documented by OSHA since 1970 involving injuries and fatalities due to Electrical Energy.
What this course does not cover is the practical component of this standard required for Electrical Workers involving field demonstration of LV/MV Safe Work practices. What this course also does not cover is any build of Electrical systems or Electrical Work Standards /Practices. They are part of Canadian Electrical Code.
- History, evolution & chronology of the standard CSA Z462
- Arc Flash & shock theory & boundaries
- Boundary distance calculation, tables, interpreting Arc Flash labels
- Risk assessment
- Review of JHA/JSA & job planning forms
- PPE study
- Setting up a safe work zone, safe work practices
- Medium voltage systems (1kV-69kV) considerations
- Flexible cords & portable tools
- Definition, requirements of a qualified electrical worker
Who Should Attend:
Electrical Engineers • Managers who supervise Electricians or Operators of Electrical Equipment • Plant Supervisors, Operations Personnel & Foremen • Human Resource & Safety Professionals for Manufacturing, Processing Facilities • Instrumentation, Controls & Manufacturing Engineers • Owners of Plants, Facilities with risk of Electrical Incidents
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