Low Voltage Rescue (LVR/Switchboard Rescue)

By: First Aid Accident & Emergency   21-Jul-2011
Keywords: First Aid Training, First Aid Courses, First Aid Course

Course Description:

LVR & CPR must be completed every 6 months by electricians in Queensland

This course is for tradies, no fuss, no mucking around. You get the course done in a reasonable time frame and learn everything you need to know to rescue a sparkie in trouble.

Course Content:

JSA's, Risk assesments and paperwork needed

2002 electrical act on live work

LVR kit, checking it and when to get it out

Electrical Injuries

Burns- like the guy ontop of the train!!

Switchboard Rescue


Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Course Duration: Approximate time to complete this course is 2 hours.

Entry Requirements: You do not have to be a trained Electrician to do this course. You can be a TA or Apprentice, just have an idea of the job site!!

Target Group: Electricians, Air Conditioning Specialists, Elevator and Lift maintanance, Data & Cable fitters. Recommended for anyone working with enough amps to damage your heart!!

Assessment: Progressive assessment of the competencies will be conducted throughout the course.

Award: On successful completion of the course the trainee will receive a statement of attainment for the units HLTCPR201B & LVR001

Recertification: The Electrical Code of Practice recommends competency acquisition every 6 months.

Keywords: First Aid Course, First Aid Courses, First Aid Training, Low Voltage Rescue

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