MCA Alberta offers education and training programs through a variety of learning opportunities designed to meet unique mechanical and service contractor needs. This is accomplished through member meetings, short seminars and full day courses. These feature guest presenters on broad industry topics, product specific technical training, HR and other soft skills training, business skills and succession planning.
Programs are designed specifically for owners and senior management, service managers and technicians, HR leaders, frontline field and office staff to keep the entire team current and to help grow your career.
“I have taken estimating courses from MCA in the past. Was very impressed with how much content was included in the course and the instructor was incredibly skilled with the course content and beyond. I highly recommend taking this course if you’re looking to build on your future in construction!”
Jeff Swindells | Victaulic
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Training: Low Voltage Arc Flash & Shock Hazards
September 30 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm MDT
Eliminate Exposure & Reduce Employees risk of low voltage Arc flash & shock hazards in this one day course!
*Virtual Instructor Led Training*
The course is based on the requirements of the CSA Z462 Workplace Electrical Safety Standard. Attendees will receive appropriate knowledge to identify when they may be exposed to the electrical hazards of arc flash and/or shock and the
actions they can take to eliminate exposure or reduce risk to as low as reasonably practicable. This training course is compliant and defendable as due diligence to OH&S regulations.
Audience: Managers, Supervisors, Safety professionals, fire alarm technicians, instrumental technicians and mechanical technicians.
MODULE 1 – INTRODUCTION
MODULE 2 – OH&S REGULATIONS &
MODULE 3 – ELECTRICAL HAZARD
IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT
MODULE 4 – CSA Z462 CLAUSE 4 SAFETY RELATED
MODULE 5 – CSA Z462 CLAUSE 4.2 ESTABLISHING
AN ELECTRICALLY SAFE WORK CONDITION
MODULE 6 – CSA Z462 CLAUSE 4.3 WORK INVOLVING
MODULE 7 – ELECTRICAL SPECIFIC PPE, TOOLS
MODULE 8 – SUMMARY & CONCLUSION
A Final Exam is completed by the attendees, with a 70% mark required to pass. A Training Certificate is issued signed by Terry Becker, P.Eng., CESCP, IEEE Senior Member which expires
in three (3) years from issue
Terry Becker, P.Eng., CESCP, IEEE Senior Member, is the Electrical Safety Subject Matter Expert who developed this training course and delivers it. Terry has over 28 years of experience as an Electrical
Engineer, with 12 years specifically devoted to electrical safety. Terry has provided electrical safety consulting and arc flash and shock training across Canada in all industry sectors.