Electrical Compliance Training


The Access, Movement & Egress registration scheme is intended for all persons who will be required to carry out duties on or near operational plant and equipment in transmission and / or distribution electricity environments. It replaces the previous Basic Electrical Safety Competence (BESC) scheme, however to aid recognition for delegates transferring to the new schemes the 'BESC' notation has been retained.

The scheme standards cover the basic requirements for safely entering, moving around and exiting work areas in electrical environments.

AME assessments are available in the following areas of electrical transmission and distribution:

  • Substations
  • Overhead Lines
  • Underground Cables

Course Duration 1 Day

Safety, Health & Environment Awareness (SHEA)

The Utility Safety Health and Environment Awareness (SHEA) portfolio of schemes have been developed in conjunction with industry to provide a uniform approach to health, safety and environmental awareness training across the utilities sector, in line with Health and Safety Executive guidelines.

The power scheme is designed for all persons involved in the operational activities of the electricity transmission and distribution industries who require access to sites, both permanent and temporary, including all levels of operatives, supervisors and management. A Utility SHEA (Power) card lasts for three years from the date of training.

Utility SHEA (Power) comprises of eight modules. The eight core modules are common to all utility industries and form the basis of health, safety and environmental law and practices. It is designed to provide on-site evidence that an individual has demonstrated an appropriate level of knowledge and awareness.

Course Duration 1 Day

G39/1 - Working in the vicinity of DNO/IDNO equipment

man kneeling on the ground, testing electrical connections

This course is designed for anybody working in a highways environment, such as street lighting, the courses aims to provide delegates with the knowledge & practical key skills required for work in the vicinity of DNO equipment, including overhead power lines, the removal and replacement of DNO cut-out fuse carriers in a safe and responsible manner to comply with company and legislative policies

Course content

- Electrical injuries

- Overview of G39/1


- Statutory requirements

- Electrical supplies

- Commissioning, maintenance and repair

- Cut out fuse carrier removal and replacement

Course Duration 1 Day

Level 3 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

If you're a practising electrician, you must comply with the 18th Edition regulations for electrical work, this qualification is designed to provide those seeking progression in their career with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to carry out job roles and responsibilities associated with the Electrotechnical industry and need to prove they are up to date with the latest IEE wiring regulations.

This classroom based course is designed to bring you up to speed with latest version of the City and Guilds 2382-18 18th Edition wiring regulations including all the latest amendments, such as, Electromagnetic Disturbance, Surge Protection, Medical locations, Operating and Maintenance Gangways.

You will learn all the key regulations that you will find in day to day installations, as well as understand how to reference your regulations book for the more obscure ones.

Course Content

  • Scope, object and fundamental principles
  • Definitions
  • Assessment of general characteristics
  • Protection for safety
  • Selection and erection of equipment
  • Inspection and testing
  • Special installations or locations
  • Appendices

Plus changes outlined in the new edition such as:

  • Protection against overvoltages
  • Electrical Embedded heating
  • Protection against fire
  • Energy Efficiency

Course Duration 3 Days

Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) - Safety Passport

The CCNSG Safety Passport Training Programme is monitored and controlled by national steering group known as the Client/Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) who are there to ensure that standards are being maintained and that the content of the training programme continues to meet current safety legislation and current safety practices.

The Client/Contractor National Safety Group, or CCNSG, is a consortium of major industrialists from the power generation, steel, oil, gas and chemical industries who recognised the need to train contractors on basic safety to a common standard. The group has standardised basic safety training and devised a core curriculum which has now become a national training scheme.

Course Duration 2 Days