WE OFFER THE COURSE LIVE WORKING (L-AUS) IN THESE LANGUAGES​

THIS IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU, IF YOU WANT

  • An instruction to live working in order to avoid accidents during the work
  • An instruction based on the current rules in DS/EN 50110-1 
  • To comply to the requirement of being instructed about live working regularly and in a neccessary amount
  • To create an optimal work environment with focus on the workers safety 

PRACTICAL INFO

Price: DKK 575,- ex. VAT

Duration: 1,5-2,5 hours

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WHEN TAKING THIS COURSE ABOUT LIVE WORKING, YOU GET:

With this course, you’ll learn how to perform live working (L-AUS) on electric installations according to the international standard DS/EN 50110-1.

During the course, you will:

  • Gain understanding of the requirements in DS/EN 50110-1 regarding live working
  • Learn to make the necessary evaluations when dealing with live working
  • Achieve an orientation about the requirements in DS/EN 50110-1
  • Learn how to inspect and evaluate the need for approved equipment before the work is begun
  • Learn which tools and equipment are to be used for live working 

GET YOUR LIVE WORKING COURSE CERTIFICATE IN JUST 2 HOURS

  • Save time on the required live working instruction 
  • Get updated on current law and requirements
  • Take the course when you’ve got the time; all at once or in bites 
  • The course certificate is sent directly via mail 
  • Activates you through interactive quizzes

WHAT IS LIVE WORKING?

Live working, in Denmark known as L-AUS (lavvolt – arbejde under spænding), is a course concerning work on electric installations between voltage levels 1.000V AC and 1.500V DC. 

WHO NEEDS TO BE INSTRUCTED IN LIVE WORKING?

This course is relevant for electricians and electrical service engineers in electrical contractor companies, who work on electric installations.

HOW OFTEN IS IT REQUIRED TO BE INSTRUCTED IN LIVE WORKING?

According to the international standard, the person performing live working should be instructed periodically and in a sufficient scope.
This means, that you’ll need to take this course on a regular basis to guarantee maintenance of your skills. You must always be able to perform live working without the risk of an accident.
It is up to the individual to define, how often it is necessary to repeat the instruction regarding live working – but in case of an accident due to lack of instruction, the company will be held responsible.