Innloggingen til Håndbok er flyttet til høyre side under "Logg Inn". - Kontakt Oss

Regulations on safety during work in and operation of electrical installations (FSE) require everyone who works at or near electrical installations to undergo an annual safety training. It is the general manager of the company that is responsible for ensuring that this is observed. The purpose of the course is to help avoid accients.

The training applies to anyone who works with electricity, as installer companies with fitters, assistants and apprentices, industrial companies with electrical personnel or instructed personnel such as caretakers, construction operators, operators, and production personnel. The course affects first aid as an introduction, but a full first aid course must be completed as well.

 

Lessons

Responsibility and organization

Distribution of responsibilities in HSE work Employer’s responsibility § 3-2.Særskilte forholdsregler for å ivareta sikkerheten (1) To ensure safety in the workplace, the employer must ensure: a) that the employee…

Planning and working methods

Planning § 10. Planning of work Before starting any work task, all necessary information about the electrical installation must be gathered and used as a basis for conducting a risk…

Maintenance and protective equipment

§ 19. Conducting maintenance work In order to understand the general layout of the installation, a single-line diagram is required in all high voltage installations and complex low voltage installations.…

Accidents and first aid

According to Statens arbeidsmiljøinstitutt (STAMI) about 3000 people suffer with electrical accidents every year. Most are proffesionals that are working on electricity at work. Electrical accidents are also called EL-accidents.…