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Arc Flash

Electrical Safety Training System

Non-Electrical Worker
(N-EW) Course

Awareness level course for all Non-Electrical Workers providing a basic level understanding of workplace electrical safety.

Electrical Worker
(EW) Course

Qualification level course for Electrical Workers covering applicable industry accepted best practice consensus based Standards.


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Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS)

Industry leading Electrical Safety e-Learning focused on the application of consensus based industry accepted best practice Standards to effectively manage electrical hazards of arc flash and shock. It applies content from current Standards that allows workers to learn how to identify and quantify shock and arc flash hazards. Workers are provided guidance on applying Occupational Health & Safety Management System fundamentals including a Plan, Do, Check, Act philosophy while working with energized electrical equipment.

With respect to due diligence against Occupational Health & Safety Regulations the Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS) provides electrical hazard specific training related to the hierarchal preventive and protective control measures that as an employer and supervisor you need to apply:

  1. Eliminate the hazard, de-energize is the first choice;
  2. Substitute with other materials, processes or equipment;
  3. Reduce the risk by engineering design (e.g., engineering solutions, equipment solutions, "Safety by Design"). Ensure that adequate electrical equipment maintenance is performed and at an acceptable frequency;
  4. Use safer work systems that increase awareness of potential hazards (e.g., apply safe guards like signage, barriers, etc.);
  5. Implement administrative controls (e.g., training and procedures); and
  6. Use Electrical Specific PPE, Tools & Equipment as a last line of defence and ensure it is appropriately used and maintained.
  • take training & print certificates
  • 365 day/year technical support
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  • 365 day/year technical support
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