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Course Category: WTC

NZQA: 10508, 12300, 18038, 10507

Electrical Supply Industry Safety


Unit Standard includes:

10508- Identify electricity systems in preparation for work. ( 6 credits )

18038- Demonstrate knowledge of and apply health and safety in the electricity

supply environment. ( 5 credits )

10507- Use personal protection equipment within an electricity supply

environment. ( 4 credits )

12300- Demonstrate knowledge of electricity industry safety statutes and

codes – NZECP 34 & SM-EI  ( 6 credits )

Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552


  • Assessment written and practical 10507, 12300, 10508 and 18038
  • Course achievement certificate and training card will be provided


NZQA: 23229, 17025, 10509

WTC3 – Working at Heights Training

Our WTC3 Working at heights training course will teach you how to climb and work safely on electricity network structures. You will be able to correctly use fall arrest equipment to complete your job in a safe manner and understand the hazards associated while working at height in an electricity network environment.

NZQA unit standards include

  • US 23229 – Use a safety harness for personal fall prevention when working at height (4 credits)
  • US 10509 – Climb and work on electricity network structures (6 credits)
  • US 17025 – Carry out a rescue from an electrical structure (2 credits ) 

Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552 & WTC 1

Other unit standards available upon request:

  • US 17600 Explain safe work practices for working at heights (3 credits)
  • US 25045 Employ height safety equipment in the workplace
  • US 15757 Use, install and disestablish proprietary fall arrest systems when working at height (4 credits)


Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552 & WTC 1

NZQA: 18426, 17599, 25510

Gain a good understanding of the operation and use of gas detectors, conduct atmospheric tests and read and respond to the results. You will learn about the hazards, permit and documentation requirements, control measures, monitoring and testing requirements, responsibilities and duties to undertake confined space work. You will be required to plan and prepare for a confined space entry and develop an effective rescue procedure.

Recommended for people who are required to enter and work in a confined space.


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