Date: Wednesday 15 September 2021
Start: 9:30am AEST
Location: Online Via Zoom
There is significant focus on electrical awareness in quarrying by state regulators. Quarry owners, managers and senior staff should understand their responsibilities and the relationship between legislation, standards, guidelines. The online workshop will provide an understanding of the basic electrical principles and how to manage risk relating to electrical installations.
The Electrical Awareness online workshop has been designed to provide participants with an understanding of basic electrical principles and the identification of electrical hazards, specifically covering:
- Relationship between legislation, standards, guidelines
- Supervision of electrical workers
- Contractor management
- Risk management relating to electrical installations
- Identification of electrical hazards
- Protective devices for electrical circuits
- Areas of high concern
Who should attend
The course is particularly relevant to:
- Quarry Managers
- Quarry Supervisors
- Quarry Senior Managers / Staff
- Quarry H & S Staff
Lionel has extensive experience as Inspector of Mines and is the current Chair of the Mine Electrical Safety Association. Having previously worked as Inspector of Mines (Electrical), Lionel has extensive experience in the area of electrical safety. He is an experienced facilitator and has delivered numerous courses and workshops on electrical awareness for the industry.
4 hours - Electrical Awareness Technical Training
A completion certificate will be issues once finished.
IQA Member: $110
IoQ NZ Member: $110
Non Member: $130 (to become a member, click here)
Registrations Close: 9th June 2021 unless booked out earlier
All participants must have access to the internet and a laptop / tablet that can run Zoom. If you have questions regarding the system requirements please visit the Zoom website.
Laptop, PC or Phone with sound and video capability
- Quiet environment
P: 02 9484 0577
E: [email protected]
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