Live low voltage work is generally highly discouraged in favour of work on de-energised apparatus or panels. However, there are exceptional cases where this cannot be avoided, and in this course you will learn how to identify the hazards associated with live low voltage work and how to manage these.
The course will also enable you to recognise the safety requirements that must be followed when performing live low voltage work, such as having a safety observer present. And, you will also learn how to rescue a worker from a live panel or apparatus, should they receive an electric shock.
Topic 1: Live LV work legal requirements
Section 1: Live LV work requirements
Section 2: When live LV work can be performed
Section 3: Anti-discrimination
Topic 2: Risk Management
Section 1: Risk management process
Section 2: Controlling hazards
Section 3: Safety observers
Section 4: Safe approach distances (SADs)
Topic 3: LV rescue procedure
Section 1: Performing a rescue
Section 2: Post-incident procedure