SFS 6002 Electrical Safety web course will provide you with the same skills as a corresponding classroom teaching would. The web course gives you freedom – you can study whenever you want to and wherever it suits you. You can move back and forth and repeat all the parts within the study time. The course is open for 30 days in Severi after you have received a separate activation e-mail concerning access rights.
Material of the course has been drafted by Henrik Rousku who works as a technical expert at Sähköinfo. The web course does not have a trainer present during the course. The exercises will be completed independently.
The web course is aimed at persons who will want to study the matters of the standard independently, easily and without time restrictions. Training in safety at electrical work in accordance with the SFS 6002 standard shall be given to all persons performing electrical work, including persons functioning in job supervision, operational and expert tasks.
The Electrical Safety Standard SFS 6002 contains the basic principles concerning safe electrical work and the safety requirements. The web course will go through the content of the standard and the national regulations concerning electrical work. Dangers of electrical current and arc hazards and the protecting oneself from them will be handled first and then the course moves on defining persons related to electrical work, organizing the work and to the responsibilities of different persons. The principles of safe work and the work procedures of electrical work will be gone through with related pictures and examples.
The web course has been divided into parts. You can complete parts one by one and continue whenever you have time for it. You have one month to finish the course. After completing all the parts you get to take the test and after successful completion you can print a PDF-certificate.
Parts of the course:
- Part 1: Welcome to the SFS6002 web course
- Part 2: Hazards of electricity, laws and regulations
- Part 3: Persons and the organisation
- Part 4: Basis for safe operation
- Part 5: Operational measures and maintenance practices
- Part 6: Dead working
- Part 7: Live working
- Part 8: Vicinity works
- Test (Duration approx. 1 hour)
- Finishing the course and feedback
304,50 € (+ alv 24%) normaalihinta
189,00 € (+ alv 24%) jäsenhinta
Course is to be bought online and paid using PayTrail services.When buying from an online store that uses Paytrail's payment service, you can pay using your preferred payment method: online bank payment, credit or debit cards.
If we are able to sell you with an invoice as a payment method, we will invoice you according to the Finnish legislation. We will send you an invoice by mail to the provided address. You will have to pay the invoice in advance. After we have received the payment we will open the course for the participant(s).
We will not make any other verifications or sertifications on the invoicing procedures other than sending the invoice with information provided.
Members of the Electrical Contractors´ Association of Finland STUL will get a discount for the association’s products. The members’ prices apply to actual members, members of the member organizations and the schools which have signed an announcement agreement.
Your membership will be recognized when you sign in before making the order.
The web courses can be found from our electronic data service, Severi. After ordering a product you will receive a separate email in which will contain information for signing in.
To complete the web course, you will need an internet connection and a browser. There are not any other system requirements. The participants must have a functional personal email (work or private email). Also tax number for working in Finland is needed if the certification information needs to be updated to Valtti -authentication service for construction sites (Valtti -card).
Further information: Henrik Rousku, email@example.com
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The course participants have reviewed the course with an average of 3,5 (scale 1–4) (2/2016)
“Great course because one can choose when and where to complete it at one’s own pace.” 2/2016