Sensitisation for Safe Work on Motor Vehicles with HV Systems
Almost all auto repair shops will have to handle hybrid or electric vehicles sooner or later. Those working with such vehicles with high voltage systems must be aware of their potential dangers and possible protective measures. This applies to all employees – i.e. not just mechanics in the repair shop, but also the cleaning staff and office workers who might come into contact with the vehicles.
With our practical, web-based self-learning program employees will be aware of the dangers associated with HV systems and how to provide first aid in an emergency. The program includes several comprehension tests and the final certificate serves as proper documentation of the participant’s ability to carefully handle risks concerning the dangers of motor vehicles with HV systems.
- Layout of a high voltage system
- Dangers of electric current
- Accident prevention measures
- First aid measures for accidents in the electrotechnology field
- Technical safeguards
- Knowledge tests
Who should attend
All employees without electrotechnology training who might come into contact with automobiles with high voltage Systems
Training as Qualified Electrician for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles
Electromobility is on the rise. On the basis of your professional knowledge as a vehicle electrician, mechatronician or mechanic you can complete the course to become an electrician for working on vehicles with HV systems. You are then qualified to work independently and safely on vehicles with HV systems (e.g. electric cars, hybrid vehicles). In addition you are capable of assessing the work delegated to you, to reliably recognize reliably possible dangers, and to put into practice all necessary protective measures. Expand your skills and position yourself for the market of the future – electric mobility.
- Organization of safety and health for electrical engineering work
- Protective measures
- Technical and managerial responsibility
- Employee qualifications in the field of electrical engineering
- Use of HV systems in vehicles: Introduction, concepts, measurements, component replacement, etc.
- Examination – Best practices
Who should attend
Persons without an electrical engineering education, but with a qualification as vehicle electrician, mechatronician or mechanic, whose area of work is going to include HV systems in powered vehicles.
Live Working for Qualified Electricians for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles
You have completed the training for qualified electricians for HV systems in vehicles and will now log vehicle measurement data during motor operation in the scope of the research and development process. Because live working is only permitted in exceptional circumstances, we will train you for this specific function.
- Accident statistics
- Terms in live working
- Problems in vehicle technology
- Standards and regulations for live working
- Operational organization
- Personal protective equipment and tools
- Behavior following an accident
- Preparation for practical training
- Practical training
- Theoretical examination
Who should attend
Automobile electricians, mechatronics engineers or mechanics who have completed training as qualified electricians for HV systems in motor vehicles or who have completed vocational training as electrician, master electrician, electrical engineer in low-voltage technology.
Sensitisation to Hydrogen
The prevalence of hydrogen and its application in fuel cells is constantly increasing. Anyone who works with systems that use hydrogen must be aware of the potential hazards involved and the protective measures they may need to take. The institution for statutory accident insurance and prevention requires that employers make their employees aware of the hazards involved in handling hydrogen. This applies to all employees – i.e. not just to mechanics in workshops, but also to cleaning staff or office workers who could potentially come into contact with systems or vehicles that use hydrogen.
Our practical, web-based self-study programme ensures that employees are appropriately trained. Employees will subsequently be aware of the hazards posed by hydrogen and know how to perform first aid in the event of an emergency. The program includes several comprehension tests and the final certificate serves as proper documentation of the participants.
- Fundamentals of hydrogen
- Hydrogen Technology
- Potential hazards
- Potential protective measures
- Principles of occupational health and safety when handling hydrogen
- Knowledge test
- Course units: 180 minutes
- Knowledge test: 30 minutes