One of the greatest inventions of modern times, electricity has become an essential part of humans, without which, life on earth will go powerless and standstill. Generating electricity is a complex process which involves large machinery, resources and huge workforce. As electricity has become lifeline of industries, offices and other small, medium and large enterprises around the world, it assumes greater significance to protect lives from injuries and fatalities caused due to various electricity related accidents and disasters at workplaces.
As electricity-related injuries rank fifth most common cause of occupational fatalities, it becomes highly relevant to follow safety methods, norms and practices to reduce damages and potential dangers and risks to workers who are either directly or indirectly involved with electrical systems. Following proven safety standards at all sorts of occupational environments would not only reduce injuries and fatalities but also enhance industries to improve productivity.
For electrical industry, safety is the major criteria and regulations and codes that define safe practices are both complicated and diverse. Employers of production units, electrical system designers, electricians, engineers, inspectors and architects should follow all necessary safety standards prescribed by the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70E and OSHA.
Diploma in Electrical Safety offered by Green World Group focuses on all regulations and safety practices followed by industries around the world. It educates the participants on various electrical safety measures in easy-to understand terms. Not only for people who are planning a career in electricity safety sector, those who are working as electricians or electrical engineers can benefit from this informative course as it explains on latest safety technology and skills while offering practical knowledge on how to reduce or avoid possibly injury at workplaces.
Workers and processionals who are into power transmission, generation or distribution systems are trained in standard international management practices for safe handling of equipments and other processing control units in electrical industry. People who are associated with power processing networks can get benefitted by enhancing their knowledge and skills towards providing highest degree of workplace safety and health.
The course provides highly researched reading material to all the participants prepared by the staff of Princeton Energy Resources International (PERI), which has decades of experience in power sector offering advisory services to electricity industry on safety standards and health issues. Over the decades, PERI has acquired knowledge and verified several international literature references to compile the text for practitioners in the electricity sector.
The first chapter dwells deeply into procedures and guidance of effective evaluation of safety programs by companies. Students are also taught on good safety practices, management principles in the corporate environment, creation of a safety culture among workers in organizations, employee orientation and following good housekeeping methods.
Instruments used for safety measures such as meters, monitors and sensors that are used by industries to check air quality and noise level, and testing electronic equipments.
Best safety practices for handling chemicals, assessment of workplace hazards, types and usages of protective gear, first aid and resuscitation, fire protection and prevention, and safety during excavations and other confined spaces.
Safe use of different field equipment that includes workshop tools and hand-held tools and ladder, scaffolding and machinery safety, crane operation, forklift safety, safe work platforms, safe handling of compressed gas cylinders, drum and welding devices.
Students also taught on various means of electrical safety. This includes in-depth discussions and best practices for lockout and electrical shock and tag out procedures along with sample types used in the field, general safe work practices for linemen, electrical safe work practices, working near power lines, safe use of electrical equipment and safety practices for power transmission.
cThis chapter covers general rules of worker safety. Topics covered are working with toxic chemicals, critical incident stress, working with electrical protective devices, hand protection, sanitation and industrial hygiene, performing hazard assessments and selection and management of personal protective equipment. This section also covers topical discussions and direction on labeling and marking physical hazards, usage of accident prevention posters and signs and fire protection and other related topics.
- Diploma in Electrical Safety is endorsed by International Institute of Risk and safety Management (IIRSM)
- After successful completion of the course, candidate will get Certificate & Mark list from Central Board of Examination & National Development agency, a Government of India undertaking.
- The Diploma is recognized in most countries
- The Certification increments one year of your educational qualification
The certificate is also recognized and attested by
Ministry of External Affairs: Recognized in India & other ministries of foreign affairs that include Middle East region.
Students joining this course can opt for a 12-day seminar session with an extra fee (not mandatory) at Green World Group Education Center in Chennai, India. The session will be held only when a minimum number of candidates are enrolled.
Students willing to join the course can logon to http://greenwgroup.ae/contact-us/ and fill necessary details to help us to contact to you to make suitable arrangements for your training program.
Successful candidates will receive certificates within 30 days from the date of announcement of results. Certificate & Marks will be issued by Central Board of Examination & National Development agency, promoted by the Government of India. Additional certificates will be awarded to candidates who cleared the exam with distinction and first class.