UETTDREL14A Working Safely Near Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker
This certificate course is prepared to meet requirements with the Work Cover ‘Work Near Overhead Power Lines’ Code of Practice.
Commonly referred to as ‘Spotter’/Electrical Observer. This course provides for the accreditation of non-electrical workers operating or observing the operation of cranes, plant or vegetation control activities in close proximity to potentially live electrical apparatus such as overhead power lines, underground cables and railway electrical overhead traction systems.
Course content will include but is not limited to:
|Cost||$250 (incl of GST)|
|Time||7:15am to 4:00pm. (Approximately)|
|When||Please contact our office to find out when the next course is available.|
|Age Requirements||Persons over the age of 18 years old.|
|Dress Requirements||Plain casual clothing, enclosed shoes.|
NB: Courses delivered at client's premises require minimum numbers or a group booking of 6-10 persons. Please contact us for further details: 9708 5980 or email email@example.com.
|Parking||All day parking is available around the building complex.|
|Payment||Payment can be made on the day by Eftpos, cash (exact amount) or direct deposit.|
Participants will be required to pass both theory and practical assessments to achieve competency.
On the day, you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion.
To achieve a Statement of Attainment you will be issued with an On Job Work Book which needs to be completed by you and signed off by a qualified person who holds UETTDREL14A competency or higher qualification.
The work book provides details of you gaining 40 hours of practical on job experience when working near live overhead powerlines and reinforces your knowledge and understanding of working near the live electrical apparatus.
When completed, the work book needs to be forwarded to SCCRT for review after which a Statement of Attainment be issued.
On the Day:
Post On Job Workbook completion:
Refresher courses are mandatory on a yearly basis.
Any updates to Codes of Practice or other WHS requirements applicable to working near live electrical apparatus will be discussed.
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