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FSE Low voltage and high voltage and first aid for electrical accidents

On completing this course, participants will have developed a new awareness of the importance of electrical safety, thereby contributing to the reduction of accidents, injuries and material damage. Participants also learn how to administer practical first aid (CPR) to persons injured in accidents involving electricity.


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Course information

Course name: FSE Low voltage and high voltage and first aid for electrical accidents
Duration: 1 day
Price: NOK 3 100,-
Language: Norwegian English

Goal:

On completing this course, participants will have developed a new awareness of the importance of electrical safety, thereby contributing to the reduction of accidents, injuries and material damage. Participants also learn how to administer practical first aid (CPR) to persons injured in accidents involving electricity.

Target group:

Electricians and automation technicians who work with and carry out maintenance on electrical plants.

Course subjects:

●   Structure and contents of the FSE Electrical Safety Regulations
●   Study of relevant sections of the FSE Safety Regulations
●   Why do we need electrical safety regulations?
●   Electrocution and arc flash injuries
●   Accident statistics
●   The human factor
●   Safety principles
●   Protective equipment
●   What to do if there is an accident
●   Priorities and treatment
●   Fall injuries
●   Electrical injuries
●   Electrocution (heartbeat interference)
●   Electric arc injuries
●   Burns
●   How to give CPR (theory and practice)
●   The most common acute electrical injuries and illnesses
●   Common reactions in crisis situations


The course meets the official requirements for theoretical refresher training given in FSE § 7, with the exception of rescue from heights. No more than 12 months may lapse between trainings (cf. FSE § 7 and the Norwegian First Aid Council).


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