EUROPEAN UNION EN 50110 STANDARDS FOR OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND EN-SFS 6002 SAFETY AT ELECTRICAL WORK ONLINE TRAINING
The course is targeted at electricity professional who work in high-voltage substations, transformer substations and on electricity transmission networks.
The course contents are based on the European Union EN 50110 standards for operation of electrical installations and EN-SFS 6002 Safety at electrical work. The training is valid in all CENELEC countries*. (look full list below) In other countries, the local occupational safety legislation and the national supplementary requirements for electrical safety of the country in question must be obeyed.
The training obligation concerns all persons involved in electrical in high-voltage substations, transformer substations and on electricity transmission networks:
- installers, services and supervisors as well as
- all electricity professionals working in work supervision
- training and other expert duties.
At the end of the course you will receive the Safety at electrical work – Grid and electricity networks – card in the mail and download free pdf-online certification.
You can check free the course completion criteria on the Verkkokoulurekisteri.com website. (www.verkkokoulurekisteri.com)
The course contents are based on the European Union EN 50110 standards for operation of electrical installations and EN-SFS 6002 Safety at electrical work which fullfils the requirements of the Finnish Electricity Safety Act 1135/2016 concerning training in electrical work safety.
The course also serves as the general part of the training obligation prescribed by Section 14 of the Finnish Occupational Safety and Health Act (738/2002) to provide the persons performing work in substations and on networks with instruction and guidance.
Experiences of Verkkokoulu.com
The online course was well prepared. The subunits of the course and related slides are clear. The online course is a good way of revising the key issues related to electrical work safety based on standard SFS 6002.
Arto Gylen, Managing Director, PKS Sähkönsiirto Oy
This is a handy way of taking the statutory training and test.
Jukka Huttunen, Vantaan Energia, Sähköverkot Oy
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*CENELEC RELATIONSHIPS TO COUNTRIES
The current members of CENELEC are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Albania, Belarus, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Tunisia and Ukraine are currently “affiliate members” with a view to becoming full members.
CENELEC has cooperation agreements with: Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, Russia and an informal agreement with the USA