NEBOSH General Certificate Element 10 - Electrical Safety

As well as for domestic use in the home, electricity is used in businesses of all varieties, often in ever greater quantities, power and voltages than would normally be encountered at home. Element 10 of the NEBOSH General Certificate (Electrical Safety) covers the following issue/topics:

  • The hazards and risks of using electricity in the place of work. These risks will take the form of electric shocks, burns and fires, and explosions caused by electricity.


  • Describe the control measures that should be in place for working with electrical systems and electrical equipment, as contained in the Electricity at Work Regulations. The regulations contain, amongst other things, the design and construction of electrical systems, protection and insulation, and the level of competence of those working on electrical equipment.










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