Electrical Safety Training Course

Valued by major client, contractors, and all SSIP schemes (CHAS, SafeContractor, ConstructionLine), the Electrical Safety Training course is designed to promote the safe use of electricity within the workplace in order to comply to the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

£15.00 + VAT

SKU: 28 Category:
2-9 £12.50 25%
10-49 £10.00 33%
50+ £7.50 50%

The course will be structured as follows:

  • Electrical theory
  • Electrical hazards and harm
  • Workplace precautions and controls
  • Self-assessment

We offer flexible training therefore the course can be completed online, anywhere, on a laptop, desktop, or device. Take just 25-30 mins out of your day or pause and save your progress to learn at your own pace. 

Once you have completed all modules you will need to complete a final assessment whereupon completion, you will be awarded an Electrical Safety Certificate to verify that your business is complying with its legal obligations and requirements

This is an essential course for all employees who use electrical appliances or carry out/plan electrical work on sites or in buildings where exposure to electrical hazards is of high risk. In particular electricians, contractors, builders, engineers, where there is an increased risk.

Our course will inform learners of the risks connected to working with electricity and detail what workplace precautions they will need to follow to carry out safe procedures at all times.

Learners will prove they are competent when working with electricity and organisations will demonstrate their compliance to the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. Employers will then be able to show clients, contractors, and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) that they are adequately trained in electrical safety.

Overlooking electrical hazards can be easily done as we have acclimatised to a world of advanced technology. But that is where things can go wrong, especially in the workplace if you have people unaware of the dangers within their surroundings. 

For those working around or with electrical equipment or systems, it is absolutely critical they receive the required training and for your organisation to conduct a risk assessment to identify any potential hazards. 

It is a legal requirement for employers to action appropriate safety measures in order to keep their workers safe and ensure their business is complying to rules and regulations. Failure to do so could result in casualties or fatalities and leave the organisation vulnerable to prosecution and a higher chance at receiving a civil claim.