Electrical Safety Training Course

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The aim of this course is to familiarize participants in electrical safety requirements for any industry with systematic approach for identifying, evaluating and controlling facility electrical hazards for different industrial requirements

Explosive atmospheres in the workplace can be caused by flammable gases, mists or vapors or by combustible dusts. Explosions can cause loss of life and serious injuries as well as significant damage.

This course will describe the general safety procedures , what are the safety procedures will be followed during selection of equipment’s in different areas like hazardous area, safety procedures followed during the operation of equipment’s covering basic HV and LV operation , safety procedures followed during maintenance like permit to work, LOTO

This course will give a concept of AETX and how the electrical equipment’s will be selected to use in these atmosphere and what are the controls is required


  • He objective of this course to understand the
  • What AETX Atmosphere
  • What are the equipments can be in this atmosphere
  • Wha are the safety control procedures for
    • Identify general safety procedures
    • Identify HV/LV safe systems of work
    • State safety precautions whilst operating electrical appliances
    • Identify electrical equipment in classified areas
    • Hazardous areas
    • Identify servicing requirements for portable electrical equipment
    • Electrical isolation (lock, tag and try)
  • What are the controls will be applies
  • At the end of this course the candidate will understand the electrical safety during selection, operation and maintenance of equipment’s

Who should Attend

Supervisors , technicians , engineer working in oil and gas industries , petrol chemical industries


  • Background and fundamentals about hazards and risk
  • Introduction to electrical safety
  • Effects of electricity in the body
  • Introduction to explosive atmosphere
  • Classification of zones
  • Selection of electrical equipment’s
  • Protective systems intended for use in explosive atmosphere
  • HV LV Safety procedures
  • Permit to work for electrical isolation
  • Lock out and Tag out procedures
  • Intrinsic safety equipment’s