E – 1375 – Electrical Safety: Underground and Low Voltage Interior Systems
Intended Audience: for electrical engineers and electrical maintenance technicians interested in safe working conditions
PDH UNITS: 3
This course provides electrical safety guidance when working with underground electrical systems and low voltage interior systems. It applies to underground work in manholes, vaults, and handholes; work on duct lines, trenches, and underground cables; and work on ground-mounted and underground equipment associated with underground electrical lines. It also discusses electrical safety for low voltage interior systems, circuits and equipment.
1. UNDERGROUND WORK
2. GENERAL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
3. CABLE PULLING
4. BURIED ELECTRICAL CABLES
5. DAMAGE TO EXISTING UTILITY LINES
6. PREPARING TO WORK UNDERGROUND
7. WORK INSIDE UNDERGROUND STRUCTURES
8. LOW VOLTAGE INTERIOR SYSTEMS
This course will give you tools that will help you to work safely with low voltage interior and underground electrical systems.
At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Learn about general requirements for safety of workers and the public;
- Learn about worker safety in and around trenches;
- Learn the safe cable pulling practices;
- Learn how to safely work around buried electrical cables;
- Learn recommended precautions to take before entering underground structures.
- Learn how to test for a safe atmosphere in underground structures; and
- Learn about stray electrical voltage testing.
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