The Electric Power Hot Line Training - Emergency Procedures course is designed for experienced industry professionals with responsibility for crew operations and proper rubber gloving. During training participants will be provided information surrounding proper procedures specific to performing a Job Safety Analysis when responding to an emergency distribution hazard and observations of crew operation scenarios. At the completion of this course, students will be able to assess, plan, communicate, implement, and supervise emergency repairs to an overhead distribution system.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Course Completion Requirements
In order to fully participate in all field work exercises, students will need the following equipment; rubber gloves (class 2), rubber sleeves (class 2), hard hat, safety glasses, hand tools, work boots, and a long-sleeve shirt.
Experienced participants should have practical knowledge and understanding of both Hot Line Training 1 & 2 - Rubber Gloving.
TopicsCommunication skills for directing and coordinating job site operations +Conduct job briefings +Hazard assessment of an emergency job site +Perform on-site job safety analysis +Planning and coordinating job procedures +Select and setup job site safety equipment for protection of personnel and the public +Work procedures for emergency repairs to include broken poles, broken cross arms, floating spans / downed conductors
- Industry professionals who maintain overhead distribution systems
- Electrical line construction personnel
- Crew leaders
- Safety coordinators who have line field experience
- Personnel who desire to be cross trained
Continuing Education & Professional Credits