BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

RNET-101 - Safe Work Practices - 1.00 Credits

RNET-101 - Safe Work Practices - 1.00 Credits

Course Details
This course introduces the student to the accepted techniques commonly used to eliminate and/or control hazards related to potential injury/illness in the renewable energy industry. Specifically, this course will begin the process of creating a safety culture that will prepare the student to work safely with electricity and outline the procedures for safe climbing methods and working at heights. Students will gain awareness of and practice various electrical safety protocols including protection from Arc Flash and Arc Blast, as well as, Lock Out/Tag Out procedures and Fire Safety and containment. Students will perform equipment maintenance on climbing and fall-arrest gear; cover the proper use of various PPE and other safety related gear when working on Renewable Energy generation systems and be provided with basic training in the use of lift equipment. Students will become proficient in the application of the Occupational Health & Safety Act & the associated regulations.
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  • CAREER TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES) Department
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    Contact Hours: 30
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