2023-12-04_CoHE R_V3

Safety training

Control of Hazardous Energies Refresher / V3 2023-12-04

reduced to the minimum possible, ideally eliminated, for example elasticated waistbands)

• Safety shoes with non-melting materials (acceptable exceptions are the sole and shoelaces) Before starting each job, the employee in charge of the job must conduct a job briefing with the employees involved. The briefing must cover such subjects as:

Pre-task or job briefing (toolbox talk)

hazards related to the job

work procedures involved

special precautions

energy source controls

• personal protective equipment requirements

The qualification requirements for working on High Voltage systems The requirements for tools to be used for testing for the absence of voltage

Qualified Electrical Person with specific training in the job and experience in high voltage.

Have limited functionality and be with fixed test leads or be multi-meters with an audible alert function to warn the user in the event the meter function selector and test leads positions are not compatible. Test probes must be selected to match the physical requirements of the test point and be in accordance with local electrical regulatory requirements. Non- contact voltage detectors are for use only with non-contact voltage portals or for double checking that the lockout boundary is in electrically safe work condition. Non-contact voltage detectors are not allowed for test-before- touch verification.


Amendment date 4 December 2023


Approved by & date


GWO TC 2023

Description of changes

CoHE Basic Standard

Section 4. CoHE roles and responsibilities

Element 4.1 CoHE Basic Safety Refresher Module

• Text changed to: Examples of responsibilities: performing isolations and testing, creating a safe work condition for others to work under, lead job briefing, lead and supervise work parties.

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