Safe Access to High Voltage Substations & Switchrooms Stockton

Programme Duration: 1 Day

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

Assessment: Written Examination

Certificate Gained:  PASS Certificate of Competency in Safe Access to High Voltage Substations and Switchrooms (Certificate of Attendance gained for those who do not pass the tests or decide not to take the tests)

Entry Requirements: No previous experience needed – open for both electrical and non-electrical personnel

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 Safe Access to High Voltage Substations and Switchrooms training programme today by filling in our online booking form to the right, or by calling the team directly.

About the Safe Access to High Voltage Substations & Switchrooms Stockton Programme

Gain the training you need to safely enter and perform routine maintenance tasks in high voltage switchrooms and substations with this training programme.

Suitable for both electrical and non-electrical personnel, the Safe Access to High Voltage Substations & Switchrooms Stockton programme is best suited for those who will performing tasks around HV equipment, but won’t actually use the equipment itself. Tasks can include such things as cleaning, reading meters, painting etc.

Having a fundamental understanding of the dangers of HV substations and switchrooms is essential for absolutely everyone who will enter one of these environments. Our Safe Access programme is designed to give you this understanding and will introduce you to different types of HV equipment, electrical hazards and all the precautions you should take when working in HV applications.

The following modules are covered as part of this programme:

  • Safety Requirements
  • Electrical Hazards and Precautions
  • Arrangement of High Voltage Substations
  • Basic High Voltage Safety Procedures
  • The Role of Protective Relays
  • Emergency Conditions
  • Demonstration of Switchgear Principles
  • Electrical Incidents
  • Programme Review

Programme Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this programme. A basic understanding of electricity and high voltage equipment is beneficial, but not essential.

Anyone attending training should also have a good level of both spoken and written English.

Not sure if you’re right for this programme? Just call the training team and they’ll be able to answer any of your concerns and point you in the right direction.