Grounding Safety Training Package

Grounding Safety Training Package

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Knowing how and when to ground lines and equipment is of critical safety importance to the lineworker when working around energized lines and equipment or on systems that are de-energized, but have the potential to become energized. 

This course covers both personal protective grounding, using the equipotential method, and the grounding of rolling stock and other equipment found on the job site. Overhead and underground systems are illustrated. The training package includes a DVD/video, an Instructor’s Guide and five (5) Student Workbooks. A discount is available to ISPC Members. Additional workbooks are available

Table of Contents

Segment 1: Electrical Hazards
1.1: Recognizing Circuits
1.2: Creating a Safe Work Area

Segment 2: Voltage Testers and Voltmeters
2.1: Voltage Testers
2.1.1: Voltage Test Devices
2.1.2: Noisy Testers
2.2: Voltmeters
2.2.1: Needle Indicating Voltmeters
2.2.2: Digital Indicating Voltmeters
2.3: Phasing Tools
2.4: Recording Voltmeters

Segment 3: Grounding
3.1: How an Isolated or De-Energized Line Can Become Energized
3.2: Grounding an Isolated Overhead Line

Segment 4: Equipotential Grounding
4.1: Current Flow in an Energized Circuit
4.2: Zone of Equipotential
Segment 5: Equipotential Grounding Connections
5.1: Isolating the Line
5.2: Establishing a Zone of Equipotential

Segment 6: Work Area Safety
6.1: Personal Safety Equipment
6.2: Establishing and Maintaining Safe Working Conditions
6.2.1: Traffic Safety
6.2.2: Tailgate Conference
6.2.3: Physical Safety in an Underground Environment
6.2.4: Physical Safety in a URD Environment
6.3: Safe Identification of Circuits
6.4: Phasing Tool
6.5: Remote Cutting Spear
6.6: Remote Cable Cutter