Is your electrical organisation exposing you and your colleagues to safety and environmental risks as well as risks of death, electric shock or other injury caused directly or indirectly by electricity?
The Electrical Engineering and Contracting Construction Industry is very high risk therefore compliance in the workplace is essential for individuals and businesses.
This Electrical Business Compliance Plan goes a long way to help you keep up with the complex fair work laws in Australia and gives individuals and organisations more efficiency and build in extra safeguards.
THIS COMPLIANCE PLAN IS FOR:
SMALL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Who Need to Free Themselves from Tight Budget Constraints and Limited Human Resources
Why? Because employing a quality, safety and environmental representative or a full-time quality, safety and environmental manager is far too expensive:
MEDIUM ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING BUSINESS OWNERS Wanting to Protect Themselves from Breaking the Budget and Access Bigger Projects
Why? Because as business owners you understand the opportunities presented to those who successfully manage larger projects with high quality, safety and environmental outcomes are immense…and you’re ready for the next level in business and understand failing to comply can leave a business with missed opportunities and exposed to large fines:
ELECTRICIANS/TECHNICIANS Wanting to Get Ahead of Their Colleagues and know the importance of Compliance in the Workplace by taking a proactive role
Why? Because you’re capable of much more than what you’re doing now. You’re not yet achieving what you’re truly capable of and can enhance your career knowing the current quality, safety and environmental compliance requirements, and you need a stepping stone to get there:
ELECTRICAL PROJECT TEAM LEADERS, SUPERVISORS AND MANAGERS Who Are Constantly Worried About Their Projects Going Over Budget…and Want to Avoid the Problem Before It Arises
Why? Because as Electrical Project Team Leaders, Supervisors and Managers you understand Quality, Safety and environmental issues are the keystone in every project you manage. If the estimators haven’t done their job right with allowing for high risk electrical and environmental activities…it makes you look incompetent in front of your client, your team, and your employer:
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Needing Quality, Safety and Environmental considerations in Their Designs to be Implemented Smoothly, Without Argument and Drama from Those Who Don’t Know the Complexity of Your Role…
Why? Because you’re the engineer who has to make the whole thing work at the end of the day. When other people throw something in the ‘too hard’ basket…it means you have to do it:
This is a Post Trade course with an Electrical Business Compliance Plan.
G175A: Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business (including an electrical business compliance plan):
This unit covers the development of plans and policies to ensure regulatory requirements are met in conducting a contracting business, regulatory compliance, occupational and workplace relation requirements associated with functions and responsibilities of a contracting business. It encompasses applying knowledge of compliance regulations and standards, legislated obligations in relation to safety, the environment, heritage sites and employment and human resources.
It encompasses applying knowledge of compliance regulations and standards, legislated obligations in relation to safety, the environment, heritage sites and employment and human resources.
Electrical contracting plans and compliance policies
Evidence shall show an understanding of developing compliance policies and plans for a contracting business to an extent indicated by the following aspects:
Enterprise regulatory requirements and non regulatory standards
- Compliance regulations for businesses
- Methods of meeting compliance
- Non-regulatory standards and their effects on business
Electricity distributors, supply requirements
- General requirements for the supply of electricity.
- Supply and metering requirements.
- Acceptable arrangement of switchgear and controlgear.
- Acceptable earthing methods and arrangements
Electricity regulatory safety requirements
- Regulatory requirements for ensuring the safety and integrity of electrical installations.
- Regulatory requirements are relative to the jurisdiction for which competency is sought
- Types and scope of electrical inspections and safety audits
- Authority of electrical inspectors
You have two options to help reduce your electrical organisation exposing you and your colleagues to safety and environmental risks as well as risks of death, electric shock or other injury caused directly or indirectly by electricity?
The Electrical Estimator is offering online this Post Trade course G175A: Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business equivalency with an Electrical Business Compliance Plan to suit your state or Territory.
Click the link below for the online training for more details:
Electrogroup are also offering this Post Trade course face-to-face with prereading.
G175A: Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business: QBP (Qualified Business Person in Queensland)
Click the link below to see their website for the face-to-face training: