The Electric Power Hot Line Training - Three Phase Systems course provides participants with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform distribution work from an insulated aerial device using rubber gloving, a rubber protective cover-up, and insulated hot line tools on three-phase circuits. During the course, students utilize the TEEX Hot Line training field to perform tasks while elevated almost 40 feet under simulated energized conditions. At the completion of this course, participants are able to select methods and procedures to perform assigned duties on energized circuits.
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 long-sleeve shirts.
Participants should have operational knowledge of Hot Line 1 - Rubber Gloving or equivalent training.
TopicsChange out bells on angle pole +Change out double arms on dead end +Change out pins and insulators on angle pole +Cut three-phase double dead end into feed-through +Replace pole on three-phase circuit +Replace three-phase OCR +Safe work procedures +Review of the use, inspection and maintenance of protective equipment
- Industry professionals responsible for maintaining overhead distribution systems
- Electricians dealing with poles and live line maintenance
- Municipal electrical utility personnel
- Investor owned electrical utility personnel
- Construction professionals
- Electric cooperative personnel
Continuing Education & Professional Credits