Marine & Offshore Senior Authorised Person Safe Switching of HV Power Systems - Stockton

Programme Duration: 5 Day

Location: Stockton-On-Tees High Voltage Training Centre, 1 Alberto Street, Stockton-On-Tees, TS18 2BQ. More info on venue >>

Assessment: Written Examination & Practical Examination

Certificate Gained:  PASS Certificate of Competency (Certificate of Attendance gained for those who do not pass the tests)

Entry Requirements: Prior knowledge of inspection, operation, maintenance and repair of HV power systems is essential

Included: Programme entry and examination costs, lunch and refreshments (tea, coffee and juice)

Reading Requirements: There are no peripheral reading requirements for this programme

Book your place on our high voltage training today by filling in our online booking form to the right, or by calling the team directly.

About the Marine & Offshore Senior Authorised Person Safe Switching Stockton Programme

Train to be a Senior Authorised Person (SAP) responsible for performing switching operations on low and high voltage electrical systems in marine/offshore environments with this high voltage marine training course.

By completing this programme, you will improve your understanding of both high voltage and low voltage power systems, focusing on statutory regulations, safe operation and maintenance on a wide range of marine and offshore power equipment.

You will learn to safely perform HV switching operations on marine/offshore power equipment and to prepare yourself for HV authorisation in accordance with your companies’ safety rules and regulations.

The following subjects are covered as part of this course:

  • UK and other national marine/offshore statutory electrical regulations
  • Electrical hazards and precautions
  • Arrangement of high voltage switchrooms
  • Emergency Conditions
  • Marine/offshore high voltage safety rules
  • Operation and safety features of switchgear
  • Issue and control of safety documentation
  • Safety lockout procedures, key safes/multi hasps
  • Treatment of system neutral point
  • Appreciation of fault levels
  • Marine/offshore application of electrical protection
  • Case Studies
  • Practical exercises (3 switching/safety documents)

Entry Requirements

As this senior authorised person training course has been designed for marine and offshore personnel, you should work in these environments and have a sound understanding of marine and offshore electrical equipment and their operation.

It is a requirement that anyone attending training must have a good understanding of both spoken and written English.

Any concerns about your suitability for this programme? Please call a member of the team on 01642 987 978 and we’ll be happy to help.