NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings

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NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings:

Requirements:
– It is necessary that the Participants have been trained in the Basic NR 10 Training – 40 hours in less than 02 years, or have made the updating in less than 02 years.
– It is recommended that the practical part be given in the site that the participants work (In Company).
– It is important that the Instructor has access to the P.I.E. (Electrical Installations Register) and other documents of the NR 10, as recommended by the Regulatory Norm (NR).

NR 10 S.E.P. Training - Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings

NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings

NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings:
“(*) These topics should be developed and directed specifically to the working conditions and characteristic of each branch, operation standard, voltage level and other specific peculiarities to the type or particular condition of activity, being obeyed the hierarchy of the worker technical improvement.”

NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings:
I – Minimum Schedule
Organization of the Electric Power System – SEP.
Work Organization:
A) programming and planning services;
B) teamwork;
C) enchiridion and records of installations;
D) working methods; and
E) communication.
Behavioral aspects.
Precautionary conditions for services.
Typical risks in SEP and their prevention (*):
A) proximity and contacts with energized parts;
B) induction;
C) atmospheric discharges;
D) static;
E) electric and magnetic fields;
F) communication and identification; and
G) work at height, machinery and special equipment.
Risk Analysis Techniques in SEP (*)
Working procedures – analysis and discussion. (*)
Working techniques under tension: (*)
A) in energized line;
B) the potential;
C) in internal areas;
D) work from distance;
E) night work; and
F) underground environments.
Equipment, working tools (choice, use, conservation, verification, testing) (*).
Collective protection systems (*).
Equipments for individual protection (*).
Postures and work clothes (*).
Safety with vehicles, transportation of people, materials and equipment (*).
Signaling and isolation of work areas (*).
Release of installation for service and for operation and use (*).
Training in techniques of removal, assistance, transportation of accident victims (*).
Typical accidents (*)
– Analysis, discussion, protection measures.
Responsibilities (*).

Workload: NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electric Power Systems and their Surroundings:
Minimum Workload Training = 40 hours
Minimum Workload Updating = 08 hours

CERTIFICATION: The NR 10 S.E.P. Training Certificate will be issued for each participant that achieves the minimum use of 70% (theoretical and practical) as recommended by the Regulatory Norms.

Updating:
NR 10 Item 10.8.8.2 Updating training must be taken every two years or whenever any of the following situations occur:
A) function changing or change of company;
B) return to work or inactivity for a period exceeding three months;
C) significant modifications in electrical installations or change of methods, processes and work organization.
“(*) These topics should be developed and directed specifically to the working conditions and characteristic of each branch, operation standard, voltage level and other specific peculiarities to the type or particular condition of activity, being obeyed the hierarchy of the worker technical improvement.”
NR 10 S.E.P. Training – Electrical Power Systems and their Surroundings: