UETTDRRF06B – PERFORM RESCUE FROM A LIVE LV PANEL

  • July 6, 2015 /

uettdrrf06b - Perform Rescue From A Live Lv Panel

This unit is designed to enable participants to meet the regulatory requirements to enable them to undertake a rescue from a live Low Voltage (LV) panel, not including overhead lines and underground cables, in the work place. The unit covers all mandatory requirements to undertake an emergency rescue from a live LV Panel. The unit is a requirement for ESI employees and must remain current to maintain authorisation/approval to work on ESI networks

To meet these needs the unit focuses on the practical aspects of undertaking a rescue from a live low voltage panel in a simulated environment. Successful completion of unit ensures that participants are capable establishing safe work practices prior to undertaking any work involving live low voltage panels.

This unit contributes towards a Certificate II level qualification.

People seeking work that include working on or in close proximity to the electrical supply networks may be assisted in their efforts to obtain work in these industries by the completion of this course.

Benefits to Business:

Electrical supply network owners require that work undertaken in proximity to their assets is performed by people who are suitably qualified. This unit of competency meets part of that expectation.

The unit also provides participants with the necessary skills to effect a rescue and meets the requirements of network owners. It provides training with a qualified trainer that includes practical and theoretical tasks with an emphasis on the practical aspects of undertaking a rescue.

Upon completion of this unit, the participant should be able to:
• Properly assess the risks associated with a rescue from a live low voltage panel
• Complete the rescue procedure including the application of CPR
• Properly assess the suitability of a standard rescue kit and it use.

Refer to: training.gov.au - UETTDRRF06B - Perform rescue from a live LV panel

Scheduled course dates and locations:

Date: Contact your InterLink office for further information

Location: Loganholme (Queensland), Ringwood (Victoria) or organise group training at your worksite

Assessment to be completed: includes both assessment of knowledge and assessment of practical skills.

Licensed or regulated outcomes: On satisfactory completion of assessment, a statement of attainment will be issued.

Costs and Financial Support or Government subsidies available

Government subsidies for initial and refresher courses may be available and can be discussed on application.

Review Schedule: Version: 1 - August 2015 to be reviewed August 2017.

Third parties involved in delivery and assessment: Nil

For further information, please refer to the attached overview:

uettdrrf06b-perform-rescue-from-a-live-lv-panel

Disclaimer:

Attendance at this course does not automatically guarantee attainment of competency, nor does satisfactory completion of assessment and attainment of competency guarantee relevant employment.

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Unit Overview:

This unit is designed to enable participants to meet the regulatory requirements to enable them to undertake a rescue from a live Low Voltage (LV) panel, not including overhead lines and underground cables, in the work place. The unit covers all mandatory requirements to undertake an emergency rescue from a live LV Panel. The unit is a requirement for ESI employees and must remain current to maintain authorisation/approval to work on ESI networks

To meet these needs the unit focuses on the practical aspects of undertaking a rescue from a live low voltage panel in a simulated environment. Successful completion of unit ensures that participants are capable establishing safe work practices prior to undertaking any work involving live low voltage panels.

This unit contributes towards a Certificate II level qualification.

People seeking work that include working on or in close proximity to the electrical supply networks may be assisted in their efforts to obtain work in these industries by the completion of this course.

Benefits to Business:

Electrical supply network owners require that work undertaken in proximity to their assets is performed by people who are suitably qualified. This unit of competency meets part of that expectation.

The unit also provides participants with the necessary skills to effect a rescue and meets the requirements of network owners. It provides training with a qualified trainer that includes practical and theoretical tasks with an emphasis on the practical aspects of undertaking a rescue.

Upon completion of this unit, the participant should be able to:
• Properly assess the risks associated with a rescue from a live low voltage panel
• Complete the rescue procedure including the application of CPR
• Properly assess the suitability of a standard rescue kit and it use.

Refer to: training.gov.au – UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel

Scheduled course dates and locations:

Date:  Contact your InterLink office for further information

Location: Loganholme (Queensland), Ringwood (Victoria) or organise group training at your worksite

Assessment to be completed: includes both assessment of knowledge and assessment of practical skills.

Licensed or regulated outcomes: On satisfactory completion of assessment, a statement of attainment will be issued.

Costs and Financial Support or Government subsidies available

Government subsidies for initial and refresher courses may be available and can be discussed on application.

 Review Schedule: Version: 1 – August 2015 to be reviewed August 2017.

Third parties involved in delivery and assessment: Nil

For further information, please refer to the attached overview:

uettdrrf06b-perform-rescue-from-a-live-lv-panel

Disclaimer:

Attendance at this course does not automatically guarantee attainment of competency, nor does satisfactory completion of assessment and attainment of competency guarantee relevant employment.