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Electric arc hazards - an introduction (Swedish)

This course teaches you about how electric arcs develop and behave. We learn about how to go about reducing the incident energy in an electric arc. The course covers risk prevention and reduction through factors such as establishing barriers, disconnecting equipment, installing protective devices, different types of protective device, and disconnecting equipment that contributes to electric arc short-circuit currents.


Language: Swedish
NOK 370,- ex. vat

Course information

Course name: Electric arc hazards - an introduction (Sweden)
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: Swedish

Goal:

This course teaches you about how electric arcs develop and behave. We learn about how to go about reducing the incident energy in an electric arc. The course covers risk prevention and reduction through factors such as establishing barriers, disconnecting equipment, installing protective devices, different types of protective device, and disconnecting equipment that contributes to electric arc short-circuit currents.

Target group:

Personnel who may be exposed to electric arcs during their work, and personnel who design and operate electrical installations.

Course subjects:

●   Potential dangers from electric arcs
●   Injuries resulting from electric arcs
●   Incident energy and contributing factors
●   Barriers such as switchboard panels and personal protective equipment (PPE)
●   Short-circuit currents in arc flashes
●   Protective devices and arc flash detectors
●   How to limit incident energy and arc flash duration

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This course can be downloaded and completed offline.

System requirements

This course can be run on a computer, tablet or smartphone. If you are on a handheld device, we recommend that you are on a wireless broadband network. 

Recommended bandwith is 1.5 Mbps. If you experience problems during the course we recommend using the web browser Google Chrome.


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