Electrical safety training starts with your’s company’s commitment to your well being. Our Electrical safety training course is designed to train your electrical staff on the proper care, maintenance, inspection and utilization of the electrical systems in industrial, commerical and institutional locations. It is also designed to ensure that arc flash program delegates are instructed to work within the guidelines of current Federal (CSA), provincial, Electrical Utility Safety Association (EUSA) and OSHA (Canada) safety regulations. Our arc flash protection program will help employees and companies reduce the risk of personal injury and equipment damage due to operator error. The course is also designed to ensure that, under emergency conditions, the proper steps are taken to restore power in an efficient and safe manner. Arc Flash Protection.Understand the hazards of electricity at the power system supply level. Material includes the review of electrical blast, electrocution, short circuits, overloads, ground faults, fires, lifting and pinching injuries. Important Definitions. Review the principles, governmental regulations, work practices and specialized equipment relating to personal protection. A documented safe practice system is now required by OSHA 29CFR1910 Subpart R and Subpart S, which will be covered in this course. Personal Protective Equipment. Develop a familiarity with the different types of “Personal Protective Equipment” through demonstrations of locking and tagging devices, protective clothing and specialized equipment. Isolation and Lockout Practices. Learn proper procedures for the lockout and isolation of electrical equipment and compare them to existing site regulations and policies.


1. Safety Policies, Codes and Procedures For Electrical Power Systems

2. Electrical Safety for Industrial Facilities.

This course meets OSHA mandated training requirements under 29 CFR 1910.332 for safety-related work practices and 29 CFR 1910.269 for medium-voltage distribution systems.OSHA mandated personal protection requirements:

· OSHA 29 CFR 1910.303

  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.331-.335
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.137
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147

Electrical safety training students will learn the OSHA mandated special precautionary techniques and the use of electrical protective equipment. The course will also cover the use of arc protective equipment, insulated hand tools, and protective and substation grounding. Each student receives a copy of the course text that includes the OSHA regulations.

3. Power System Hazards

4. Power System Faults

Facts and Figures:

  • Major Causes: Act of God, Human or Operator Error, Equipment Breakdown
  • Short Circuits
  • Overloads
  • Fires
  • Electrocution
  • Important Definitions

5. Personal Protective Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Personal Body Protective Equipment
  • Testingand Grounding
  • Live Line Tools

6. Temporary Grounding

  • Introduction
  • Purpose
  • Work Methods

7. Hazards of Isolated Equipment

  • Induction
  • Accidental Energization
  • Wind
  • Lightning
  • Grounding Equipment for Overhead Lines – General
  • Adequate Capacitance Clamps
  • Adequate Capacity Cables
  • Overhead Grounding Sets
  • Installation of Temporary Grounds

8. Potential Indicating Devices

  • Introducton
  • Purpose
  • Potential Indicators:
    • Volt Meters
    • Clip-on Ammeter
    • Clip-on Watt Meter
    • Phase Rotator
    • Preparation of Temporary Grounding

9. Isolation and Switching Procedures

    • Introduction
    • Self-Protection
    • Red Tag

Work Protection Guarantees

Work Permit

Work and Test Permit

Station Guarantee

10. Switching Practices

11. Lockout Procedures

    • Individual Lockout
    • Lock Box Method
    • Sign In Method
    • Removal of a Personal Safety Lock

Safe Limits of Approach: Authorized Person

Safe Limits of Approach: Competent Person

12. Safe Operation and Maintenance Procedures Electrical Power Systems

Safety Practices and Equipment Review

Safety Equipment Review

Safety Practices Review

Lockout policies vs. procedures

Importance of accurate drawings

Commissioning vs. Maintenance Safety Guidelines

Transformer Operation and Maintenance Safety

Maintenance Testing Safety practices

Oil sampling, Tapchangers, Testing

Switchgear Operation and Maintenance Safety

Grounding Practices and Principals

Safety in Maintenance Testing

Operating HV and MV Breakers and Switches

Electrical System Safety

Control systems, CTs and PTs

Capacitors and Reactors

Power Cables


Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.


Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.


1. Presentasi

2. Diskusi antar peserta

3. Studi kasus

4. Simulasi

5. Evaluasi

6. Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Training Tahun 2017


09 – 11 Januari 2017

21 – 23 Februari 2017

29 – 31 Maret 2017

11 – 13 April 2017

08 – 10 Mei 2017

21 – 23 Mei 2017

19 – 21 Juni 2017

18 – 20 Juli 2017

08 – 10 Agustus 2017

24 – 26 September 2017

16 – 18 Oktober 2017

19 – 21 November 2017

10 – 12 Desember 2017

*Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Lokasi Pelatihan:
•    Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
•    Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
•    Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
•    Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2017 ini :
•    Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call). *Please feel free to contact us.
•    Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.


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