High Voltage Electrical Safety (QEW) and HV Cable Terminations & Splicing
Training Course (Three Days)
One day of this course provides the information and hands-on training required for terminating, splicing and testing power cables. The proper installation of power cables can considerably improve the life of a cable; therefore, it is important for workers to understand the techniques required to do so.
This course achieves worker competency by teaching the basic construction and theory of power cables. The worker is then coached through interactive labs for performing power cable terminations, splices, electrical testing, and analysis of test results. In addition, this course educates students on how to identify cable faults by using cable thumpers or time domain reflectometers.
Day one course outline:
Cable Construction and Theory
Acceptance and Maintenance Testing
Terminations (Theory and Hands-On)
Fault Locating (Theory and Hands-On)
Two days of this course cover and exceed the provincial and federal electrical safety requirements for working on electrical equipment that is 750V or greater. This part of the course focuses on recognizing and understanding electrical hazards while using the proper procedures for controlling the risk of electric shock, arc flash and arc blast. This section was designed with a focus on industry-accepted standards, including the Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, CSA Z462. Individuals who work on electrical equipment, are required to take this course.
Who Should Attend This Course:
Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
Book your seat today by contacting:
30-318 Gladstone Crescent, Saskatoon SK S7P 0C7 Phone: (306) 384-5552 Fax: (306) 384-5477 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost per person: $2200.00
All class material is provided.
Lunch is provided for all days. Course begins at 8 a.m. *Please specify any eating restrictions*