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Find out more about electrical safety, including our policy, training and general information.
Electricity is an unseen killer so it needs to be used responsibly. Equipment must be constantly checked and maintained.
These courses are targeted at new and existing staff who need to attain or maintain electrical appliance testing.
Designed for people who work with electrical and electronic equipment and who are required to renew their license.
This policy focuses on providing safe operating practices.
Find out how you can report concerns and hazards at the University.
Learn more about how you can protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
Find out what to do in the event of an electric shock (or suspected electric shock if you are unsure).
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