Electrical Incident Investigation Course
This training program is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to investigate electrical incidents in the workplace. These incidents may range from near misses to interruptions to electrical supply to fatal incidents. You will gain an understanding of the potential impact of electric shock on the human body and your legal requirements in relation to electrical incidents. You will be introduced to the processes required to conduct an internal investigation as well as how to work with external investigators, including police.
This course is applicable to experienced operators, technicians, supervisors, and those in similar roles who undertake internal investigations of minor incidents and / or who assist in external investigations of more major incidents to determine likely cause of incident, record evidence and analyse results to identify improvements to procedures / processes.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
⬢ investigate and report on electrical incidents and causes;
Formal assessment for this unit consists of:
⬢ Written Assessment: You will complete the written assessment in sections.
⬢ Practical Assessments: You will complete several practical tasks during the training, including conducting a witness interview, determining contributory causes to an incident and making recommendations to prevent an incident occurring. The final practical assessment task is to conduct an incident investigation and write an investigation report.
AQF Course Code
AQF Qualification Title
$1500 per person (GST Exempt)
Onsite delivery Australia wide.
Public or corporate courses at one of our training locations:
Total number of units: 1
Mode of Delivery
Classroom delivery with theoretical instruction and practical activities.
Participants are typically required to hold a UEE30811 – Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (Electrical Licence or equivalent) to be eligible to receive a full Statement of Attainment for all units delivered.
|Electrical Trade Participants
|UEEEL0051||Investigate and report on electrical incidents and causes|
|6 & 7 October 2022||CANNING VALE||$1,500.00|
|10 & 11 November 2022||CANNING VALE||$1,500.00|