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Overview

This course covers the very broad and important area of electrical safety in domestic and industrial installations. Topic areas include, the effects of electric current passing through the human body; lightning hazards; protection of personnel: earthing and double insulation; protection of personnel: residual current detectors; effects of electric and magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation; electrosurgical hazards; electrical fires and their investigation; electrical safety and the law; electrical safety in hazardous atmospheres: area classification; gas grouping; temperature classification; flameproof protection; intrinsic safety protection; increased safety protection; non-sparking protection; special protection; pressurization or purging protection; encapsulation, sand filled and oil filled protection; dust ignition proof equipment; cabling and terminations; certification, marking and quality control and maintenance requirements.
Study Level

Postgraduate

Offering Terms

Term 2

Campus

Kensington

Indicative contact hours

3

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