Electricity at Work Regulations (ME33)
1 day course
Benefits for the learner
- To have a better understanding of the Electricity at Work Regulations and how it can affect their works procedures and systems.
Benefits for the employer
- To know that your Managers/Supervisors/Employees, who have a duty for electrical works, have the confidence in knowing that what they are doing is not in contradiction of the Electrical at Work Regulations.
What you’ll learn on this course
- Dangers of Electricity.
- Methods of protection from electric shock.
- The definitions used in the Regulations.
- Personnel who have a duty to the Electricity at Work Regulations.
- The relationship with the Health and Safety at Work Act.
- The requirements for safe installation of equipment.
- Maintaining the installations.
- The requirements for person working on or near equipment.
What do I need to bring with Me?
- The course is delivered in the classroom with examples of what to look for on electrical equipment/systems in the work place that could be in contradiction of the Electricity at Work Regulations.
How is the training delivered?
- In-centre or Virtual training
- In-centre: Course is delivered in the classroom with examples of what to look for on electrical equipment/systems in the workplace that could be in contradiction of the Electricity at Work Regulations.
- Virtual: This course is delivered in a virtual classroom (Microsoft Teams or Zoom) with a trainer delivering the course materials live.
- Learners will receive a certificate of attendance from Develop Training Limited.
Locations & Dates
Types of Courses
Part 1 - Virtual training
Delivered virtually via Microsoft Teams / Zoom.