Level B0: All personnel performing non-electrical operations in the vicinity of an electrical environment containing low voltage.
H0V grade: All personnel carrying out operations in the vicinity of an electrical environment containing high voltage.
When registering, the trainee or the employer specifies the nature of his electrical activities and the levels of accreditation expected. In case of doubt, we are here to support you and guide you towards the appropriate training and the appropriate accreditation titles. At the end of the training, the trainee who has passed the theoretical and practical tests will receive a certificate validating the levels acquired.
Basics Electrical Concepts:
✓Circuit and Electrical Current
✓Scale of electrical quantities
✓Types of electrical incidents and accidents
✓Consequences on the equipment
✓Effects on the human body
Vicinity areas and operations at risk:
✓Different vicinity zones
✓Types of interventions
✓Securing the working area
Means of protection:
✓PPE & CPE
✓ Conduct and actions to take
Electrical accreditation B2V BR BC BE tests H0V:
✓Principles and symbols
✓Permitted maneuvers and role of each person involved
✓Report of the operation
The candidate's success is based on an assessment of theoretical knowledge as well as a series of practical testing.
He analyzes the risks associated with the activities of his employees and provides them with a prescription booklet reminding them of the risks induced as part of their missions, in this case electrical risk. He trains or has his employees trained and issues them with the appropriate accreditations.
The accredited employee:
Knows how to identify the electrical danger in situ and put in place the appropriate means of prevention.
He provides the employee with additional theoretical and practical knowledge. He recommends to the employer a level of authorization if the employee has achieved the objectives or suggests an upgrade if necessary.