bcctc_logo_low_resWhile it’s electricians who handle wiring and electricity, all construction workers work with and around electricity all day every day.

That’s why ICBA’s Electrical Safety Course aims to provide a starting point for workers, supervisors and safety officers to understand the basics of electrical safety.

The session will connect participants with an overview of the regulation requirements and related safety requirements associated with electrical safety. The class will introduce information relative to lockout, electrical cord management, required qualifications for electrical work, arc flash and specialized protective equipment.

Topics to be covered:

  • Definitions and information regarding low voltage and high voltage systems
  • The 7 steps to electrical safety
  • Limits of approach to high voltage power lines,
  • The hazards associated with arc flash

Where and When
Thursday, April 25
Course information and registration


Other courses coming up soon:

LEED® for ContractorsThis May 2 seminar in Burnaby is aimed at introducing LEED® to general and trade contractors. This seminar provides a concise overview of the different aspects of a LEED® project that contractors are primarily involved in.

Quality Floor Slab ConstructionThis May 10 seminar in Burnaby aims to highlight best practices for the construction of quality concrete floor slabs, as well as practical tips to minimize defects and deliver good quality workmanship. Topics covered: Slab on grade construction components; Suspended slab construction components; Types of finishes and procedures; Curing requirements and benefits; Common problems and defects; Troubleshooting; and Speciality slabs.

ICBA offers a wide range of courses. You can check out the complete course offerings here.