Electricity Supply Industry Recognised Training and Accredited  Courses

These courses are delivered under a third party agreement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course teaches the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. This course is developed for existing workers in the industry who may require CPR training as recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).

Target Audience: Individuals who are required to hold CPR for work requirements or industry accreditation in the civil, construction,electrical, rail or mining industries.

Entry requirements/ What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification and be physically capable of performing at least 4 minutes of CPR on a combination of adult and infant CPR manikins. Apply for or retrieve your USI number at www.usi.gov.au

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 4 hours 

Learning Outcomes: There must be demonstrated evidence that the candidate has completed the following tasks at least once in line with state/ territory regulations, first aid codes of practice, ARC guidelines and workplace procedures: Conducted a hazard assessment and identified strategies to minimise risk Demonstrated safe manual handling techniques Assessed airway, breathing and responsiveness of casualty Performed at least two minutes of uninterrupted CPR on both an adult and an infant resuscitation manikins placed on the floor, demonstrating the following techniques on each: – checking for response and normal breathing – recognising abnormal breathing – opening and clearing the airway – using correct hand location, compression depth rate in line with the ARC recommended ratio of compressions and ventilations – acting in the event of regurgitation or vomiting – following single rescuer procedure, including the demonstration of a rotation of operators with minimal interruptions to compressions Followed the prompts of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Provided an accurate verbal report of the incident Responded to at least one simulated resuscitation scenario contextualised to the candidate’s workplace/community setting.

Knowledge Evidence: The candidate must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of: State/territory regulations, first aid codes of practice and workplace procedures including: – ARC Guidelines relevant to the provision of CPR – safe work practices to minimise risks and potential hazards – requirements for currency of skill and knowledge Legal, workplace and community considerations, including: – need for stress-management techniques and available support following an emergency situation – duty of care requirements – respectful behaviour towards a casualty – own skills and limitations – consent – privacy and confidentiality requirements – importance of debriefing Considerations when providing CPR, including: – airway obstruction due to body position – appropriate duration and cessation of CPR – appropriate use of an AED – chain of survival – standard precautions Basic anatomy and physiology relating to: – absence of normal breathing – anatomy of the external chest – physiology relating to response/consciousness – upper airway anatomy and effect of positional change work safely with others Job planning and preparation   

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded with a Statement of Attainment in HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

COST: From $60.00 per person

Training Dates: Please call on 0405103690 for course dates and to indicate interest

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for more information on our CPR courses

Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

 

UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker (NSW)

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course is designed for participants who are required to operate or observe the operation of cranes, plant and hand held tools in the vicinity of live overhead power lines and associated electrical apparatus in accordance with the NSW WorkCover Code of Practice “Work Near Overhead Power Lines”.

Target Audience: Safety observers / spotters required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers in NSW

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations.

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training: 2 Days                    Renewal Training: 1 Day

Learning Outcomes: At the completion of this unit of competency, you should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify ESI hardware and voltages used in the ESI environment.
  • Identify relevant clearances/ No Go Zones for various voltages found in the ESI environment.
  • Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to works being performed onsite.
  • Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Demonstrate CPR and apply a defibrillator, and perform a low voltage rescue.

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for

  • UETTDREL14A – Working Safely Near Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker.
  • UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel
  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Cost: Initial Training:$425.00 per participant                    Renewal Training $250.00 per participant                    

Group bookings available on request Training Dates: Course dates arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to work safely near overhead powerlines then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses.

Working Safely Near Live Electrical Lines and Apparatus (SWNELP)

Working Safely Near Live Electrical lines and Apparatus (SWNELP)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course provides the necessary information should you and / or worker(s) under your control need to work up to a reduced exclusion zone. It provides learners with a suitable level of technical knowledge and experience to make application to become an Authorised Person as defined in the Electrical Safety Regulation 2013 and gain permission from Energex/ Ergon ffor you and / or your worker(s) to work near to overhead or underground electric lines.

Target Audience: Workers who are required to operate plant and/or equipment, conduct, observe any work performed on or near to overhead or underground electric lines in accordance with the Qld Electrical Safety Regulation 2013. This include safety observers / spotters required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers in Qld.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations.

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training: 1 day                    Renewal Training: 1/2 day

Learning Outcomes:

  • At the completion of this course, you should be able to:
  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify communication,low voltage and high voltage cables (including ways of ascertaining the voltages present)
  • Identify ESI hardware and pole mounted equipment
  • Distinguish between insulated and bare conductors
  • Understand the possible causes and risks of insulated conductors being damaged and demonstrate skills and knowledge necessary to implement a safe system of work
  • Demonstrate familiarity with the exclusion zones and requirements for the different categories of lines, conductors and authorisation of persons
  • Identify and apply emergency procedures in the event of an incident when working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Participants will be issued with a Statement of Attendance for (S.W.N.E.L.P) Safe Working Near Exposed Live Parts

Cost: Initial Training:$ 350.00 per participant                    Renewal Training $175.00 per participant                    

Group bookings available on request.

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Additional dates or group bookings available on request Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to work safely near overhead powerlines then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses

Apply ESI Safety Rules

UETTDRRF01B Apply ESI safety rules, codes of practice and procedures for work on or near electrical apparatus

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This Competency Standard Unit covers the knowledge and application of Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) safety rules and codes of practice for work on or near electrical apparatus. It includes the application of relevant State and Territory safety rules, codes of practice and enterprise based procedures and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for health, safety and risk management processes at all operative levels, and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work.

Target Audience: Workers who are required to perform work on or near to overhead or underground electric lines in accordance with electricity distribution network requirtements. This could include safety observers / spotters required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines).

Entry Requirements/ What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations.

Prerequisites: Nil.

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training: 4hrs                    Renewal Training: 2hrs

Learning Outcomes

  • Electrical Safety Rules
  • WHS Act and Implications
  • Codes of Practice
  • Hazard and risk control measures
  • Requirement for Access Authorities
  • Safe Approach Distances to high and low voltage apparatus in regards to practical demonstrations.
    • Personal clearances (Normal and Special)
    • Vehicles
    • Mobile plant
    • Insulated Mobile Plant
    • Role and responsibility of the “Safety Observer”
    • Personal Protective Safety Equipment

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations

Upon Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETTDRRF01B Apply ESI safety rules, codes of practice and procedures for work on or near electrical apparatus

Cost: $250.00 per participant

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand

Contact us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to understand ESI Network Safety Rules, then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses.

Perform pole top rescue

UETTDRRF02B – Perform pole top rescue

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031

Course Currency Status:Current

Course Overview This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills about current legislation and their basic duty of care when operating as a safety observer/rescue person in the electrical industry. Discuss and understand the management of risks arising when an above ground worker requires a rescue Training sessions will include procedures, controls and emergency response requirements for those hazards present when performing pole top rescue.

Target Audience: Telco, Electrical Contractors and NBN workers who are required to operate as safety observers and may be required to perform pole top rescue in an emergency situation. 

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Pre-requisites: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation 

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 4hrs

Learning Outcomes:

  • Pole Top Rescue equipment
  • Rescue preparation
  • Climbing the pole
  • Freeing the victim
  • Preparation for lowering
  • Lowering the victim
  • Descent from the pole top
  • Preparation for resuscitation
  • Safety issues related to working at heights are covered, from how forces are generated in falls to correct selection and use of anchor points and height safety equipment 

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETTDRRF02B – Perform pole top rescue

Cost: $75 per participant

Training Dates: Course dates arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform pole top rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our course

Perform EWP rescue

UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue 

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills about current legislation and their basic duty of care when operating as a safety observer/rescue person in the electrical industry.

Discuss and understand the management of risks arising when an above ground worker requires a rescue from an EWP

Training sessions will include procedures, controls and emergency response requirements for those hazards present when performing Elevating work platform rescue.

Target Audience: Telco, Electrical Contractors and NBN workers who are required to operate as safety observers and may be required to perform pole top rescue in an emergency situation.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Prerequisites: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 4hrs                   

Learning Outcomes:

  • EWP types
  • EWP controls
  • Rescue scenarios
  • Rescue preparation
  • Step and touch potential
  • Accessing the EWP
  • Releasing and lowering the victim
  • Preparation for resuscitation
  • Safety issues related to working at heights are covered, from how forces are generated in falls to correct selection and use of anchor points and height safety equipment

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue. 

Cost: $75 per participant

Training Dates: Course dates arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More:

If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses

Perform rescue from a live LV panel

UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills about current legislation and their basic duty of care when operating as a safety observer/rescue person in the electrical industry. Discuss and understand the management of risks arising when a worker requires a rescue from a live LV panel Training sessions will include procedures, controls and emergency response requirements for those hazards present when performing a rescue from a live LV panel.

Target Audience: Telco, Electrical Contractors and supply industry workers who are required to operate as safety observers and may be required to perform a rescue from a live LV panel in an emergency situation.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Pre-requisites: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 4hrs

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand Electrical Safety Obligations
  • Safely Plan a job involving Low Voltage Conductors
  • Risk assessments
  • Low Voltage Rescue Kit
  • Demonstrate safe LV Rescue procedures
  • Management of electrical injuries
  • Management of electrical burns
  • Perform Basic Life Support
  • Perform two (2) minutes of uninterrupted CPR
  • DRSABCD (Primary assessment method)
  • Operation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel

Cost: $75 per participant 

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform a rescue from a live LV panel then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses 

Perform EWP controlled decent escape

UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled decent escape

This unit of competency is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills about current legislation and their basic duty of care when operating as a safety observer/rescue person in the electrical industry. Discuss and understand the management of risks arising when a worker is required to Perform EWP controlled decent escape Training sessions will include procedures, controls and emergency response requirements for those hazards present when escaping from an EWP basket in an emergency situation

Target Audience: Telco, Electrical Contractors and supply industry workers who are required to operate EWP’s to access their work area and may be required to escape from an EWP basket in an emergency situation.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Pre-requisites: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 4hrs

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand Electrical Safety Obligations
  • Safely Plan a job involving Low Voltage Conductors
  • Risk assessments
  • EWP types
  • EWP controls
  • Escape scenarios
  • Preparing to escape
  • Step and touch potential
  • Exiting the EWP basket safely
  • Releasing and lowering yourself to the ground
  • Safety issues related to working at heights are covered, from how forces are generated in falls to correct selection and use of anchor points and height safety equipment

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled decent escape

Cost: $75 per participant Training Dates: Courses arrange on demand

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to escape from an EWP then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses

NBN New Worker Course

NBN New Worker Course

This course is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This NBN New Worker course is designed for participants to achieve the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely near ‘live’ electrical lines and equipment while constructing or perfoming maintinence works on communication cables attached to electricity supply industry structures.

Target Audience: New workers to the NBN network including safety observers / spotters, construction and maintenance workers required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers
 
Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations
 
Prerequisites: Nil
 
Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning
 
Duration: Initial Training: 4 days
 
Units of Competency included:

  • UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
  • UETTDRRF02B Perform pole top rescue
  • UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue
  • UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled descent escape (optional)
  • UETTDRRF10B Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Additional modules included:

  • S.W.N.E.L.P Safe working near exposed live parts
  • Underground awareness
  • Pole inspection for safe climbing
  • Ladder handling

Learning Outcomes: 

At the completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify ESI hardware and voltages used in the ESI environment.
  • Identify relevant clearances/ No Go Zones for various voltages found in the ESI environment.
  • Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to works being performed onsite.
  • Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Demonstrate CPR and apply a defibrillator, and perform a low voltage rescue.
  • Perform pole top rescue procedures to meet network owner requirements.
  • Perform a rescue of personnel from an EWP in the event of an accidenty or equipment failure
  • Escape form an EWP in the event of an accident or equipment failure
  • Provide first aid procedures relevant to treat injuries consistent with electricity supply industry procedures
  • Evaluate and confirm that the assett to be climbed (the pole) is in sound condition and safe to climb
  • Inspect, carry and erect a ladder in alignment with network owner requirements

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above and a Statement of Attanendance for Safe to Climb and Ladder Handling

Cost: $950.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform NBN Works then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

ESI New Worker Course

ESI New Worker Course

This course is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Course Overview: This course is designed for participants who are entering the Electricity Supply Industry to operate or observe the operation of plant and equipment, use hand held tools in the vicinity of live overhead power lines and associated electrical apparatus in accordance with Network owner requirements.

Target Audience: New workers to the ESI industry including safety observers / spotters, construction and maintenance workers required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training: 2 days

Units of Competency included:

  • UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker or SWELP as required
  • UETTDRRF02B Perform pole top rescue
  • UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue
  • UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled descent escape (optional)
  • UETTDRRF10B Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Safe to Climb

Learning Outcomes: At the completion of this unit of competency, you should be able to demonstrate:

  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify ESI hardware and voltages used in the ESI environment.
  • Identify relevant clearances/ No Go Zones for various voltages found in the ESI environment.
  • Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to works being performed onsite.
  • Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Demonstrate CPR and apply a defibrillator, and perform a low voltage rescue.
  • Perform pole top rescue procedures to meet network owner requirements.
  • Perform a rescue of personnel from an EWP in the event of an accidenty or equipment failure.
  • Escape form an EWP in the event of an accident or equipment failure.
  • Provide first aid procedures relevant to treat injuries consistent with electricity supply industry procedures.

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above.

Cost: Initial Training: $850.00 per participant                   

Group bookings available on request Training Dates: Courses arrange on demand

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to access ESI contracts rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses

ESI Worker Renewal Course

ESI Worker Renewal Course

This course is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

CourseOverview: This ESI worker renewal course is designed for participants to mainatin the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely near ‘live’ electrical lines and equipment while constructing or perfoming maintinence works on communication cables attached to electricity supply industry structures

Target Audience: Existing workers in the ESI industry including safety observers / spotters, construction and maintenance workers required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 1 day

Units of Competency included:

  • UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker or SWELP as required
  • UETTDRRF02B Perform pole top rescue
  • UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue
  • UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled descent escape (optional)
  • UETTDRRF10B Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Safe to Climb

Learning Outcomes: At the completion of this unit of competency, you should be able to demonstrate:

  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify ESI hardware and voltages used in the ESI environment.
  • Identify relevant clearances/ No Go Zones for various voltages found in the ESI environment.
  • Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to works being performed onsite.
  • Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Demonstrate CPR and apply a defibrillator, and perform a low voltage rescue.
  • Perform pole top rescue procedures to meet network owner requirements.
  • Perform a rescue of personnel from an EWP in the event of an accidenty or equipment failure.
  • Escape form an EWP in the event of an accident or equipment failure.
  • Provide first aid procedures relevant to treat injuries consistent with electricity supply industry procedures.

Assessment: Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations. On Completion: Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above. Cost: $425.00 per participant                   

Group bookings available on request Training Dates: Courses arrange on demand

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to refresh your training requirements as an ESI worker then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical courses

NBN Worker Renewal Course

NBN Worker Renewal Course

This course is delivered under a third party arrangement with IAC Safety Services (RTO 91031)

Course Currency Status: Current

Overview: This NBN worker renewal course is designed for participants to mainatin the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely near ‘live’ electrical lines and equipment while constructing or perfoming maintinence works on communication cables attached to electricity supply industry structures.

Target Audience: Exisiting workers to the NBN network including safety observers / spotters, construction and maintenance workers required to work safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (including electrical powerlines) as non electrical workers
 
Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations
 
Prerequisites: Nil
 
Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning
 
Duration: 1 Day 
 
Units of Competency included:
  • UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
  • UETTDRRF02B Perform pole top rescue
  • UETTDRRF03B Perform EWP rescue
  • UETTDRRF08B Perform EWP controlled descent escape (optional)
  • UETTDRRF10B Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Additional modules included:

  • Pole inspection for safe climbing
  • Ladder handling

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify statutory acts and regulations and hazards associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Identify ESI hardware and voltages used in the ESI environment.
  • Identify relevant clearances/ No Go Zones for various voltages found in the ESI environment.
  • Identify correct selection and understanding of clearance tables relevant to works being performed onsite.
  • Identify correct emergency procedures associated with working or operating vehicles/plant, equipment and hand held tools near overhead power lines.
  • Demonstrate CPR and apply a defibrillator, and perform a low voltage rescue.
  • Perform pole top rescue procedures to meet network owner requirements.
  • Perform a rescue of personnel from an EWP in the event of an accidenty or equipment failure
  • Escape form an EWP in the event of an accident or equipment failure
  • Provide first aid procedures relevant to treat injuries consistent with electricity supply industry procedures
  • Evaluate and confirm that the assett to be climbed (the pole) is in sound condition and safe to climb
  • Inspect, carry and erect a ladder in alignment with network owner requirements

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above and a Statement of Attanendance for Safe to Climb and Ladder Handling

Cost: $425.00 per participant                    

Group bookings available on request Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform NBN Works then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training. Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

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