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HEA Training

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector with an understanding and awareness of Manual Handling and their individual and collective responsibilities under the organisation and legislative policies.

This course aims to provide suitably qualified employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector the underpinning skills required to understand and use equipment to avoid danger from underground services. Additionally this course aims to provide sufficient knowledge to undertake the Assessment for Unit 1 of the NRSWA 1991.

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector the underpinning skills required to identify associated hand and power tools hazards and risks and the correct use and operation of powered hand held drills and screwdrivers

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector the underpinning skills required to operate specific powered hand tools, identify specific hand and power tool operation and associated hazards and risks for Petrol Driven Cut-Off Saws and Abrasive Wheels.

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector with the appropriate safety knowledge and practical key skills required for work in the vicinity of DNO or IDNO equipment. This includes overhead power lines and the removal and replacement of DNO or IDNO cut-out fuse carriers in a safe and responsible manner and to comply with the responsibilities under organisation and legislative policies

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector with an understanding and awareness of the procedures for the safe isolation of electrical circuits. The course will also cover the procedures for the safe method for the testing of supply and the checking of polarity.

 

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector the underpinning knowledge required for the understanding and use of equipment for Safety at Street Works and Road Works, as appropriate to the scope of their work on site. It aims to cover Moving / Minor Works / Short duration and Single Vehicle works signing and guarding, and provides an awareness of other forms of signing and guarding.

It provides the underpinning knowledge to satisfy the training requirements of NHSS8 (as agreed with NHSS 12D) and does not confer NHSS12D registration on the Learner. In order to satisfy the current assessment requirements of NRSWA Unit 2 or Unit 10, additional modules are required

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector with the knowledge and key skills to facilitate the understanding of fundamental electrical principles, and the application within day-to-day activities.

This course aims to provide employees working within the Highway Electrical Sector with a theoretical understanding of BS 7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and associated requirements.

This course aims to provide employees working within the highway electrical industry with the knowledge and skills required to carry out the recording of results from electrical inspection and testing

This course aims to provide operatives with the knowledge and skills required for Initial and periodic electrical inspection and testing of new, existing or refurbished installations

This course aims to provide an overview of the CDM regulations, including the responsibilities of the duty holders at each stage of a project. It also aims to give an understanding of how implementation of these regulations impacts on the overall management and co-ordination of health, safety and welfare throughout all stages of a project, and the associated benefits in terms of the reduction of accidents and ill health

IET-REEELS - The IET Recommendations for Energy Efficient Exterior Lighting Traiing Course covers this important document together with the Good Practice Specification Template and other important and relevant documents and tools. This is a must for anyone associated with the highway electrical sector