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Authorisation is the employer’s recognition of the ability of a person placed under his authority to carry out the tasks entrusted to him in safety with regard to electrical risks. Before being certified, the worker must have been trained and declared fit by the occupational physician.
The NF C 18-550 standard applies to vehicles and motorised equipment with a thermal, hybrid or electric engine and an on-board source of electrical energy in the low and medium voltage range, during: design, construction, maintenance, repair, towing and demolition.
It concerns :
Why electrical clearance?
To avoid accidents of electrical origin which result from :
Electrical authorisation is formalised by an authorisation certificate. This title is issued by the employer to the authorised worker.
The authorisation certificate drawn up by the employer must mention the authorisation symbol(s), the voltage range(s) concerned, the works or installations concerned and must, if necessary, include additional information (particularities, limitations, etc.). A model is available in appendix 8.3 of the brochure ED 6313: Electrical authorisation.
This B2VL/BCL training is not for live work.
It is the employer’s responsibility to organise the training prior to authorisation and to ensure that this training is appropriate for the activities, aptitudes and skills of his employees.
At the end of your training, your skills :
Any person responsible for working on vehicles or machinery with on-board electrical power.
Examples: expert technician, qualified technician, specialised worker. They may take part in the work they direct.
Trainees must have electrical skills.
By this :
The trainer must have appropriate instruction, knowledge (theoretical and practical) or experience to enable him/her to analyse the electrical RISK and avoid the hazards that electricity may present to the tasks assigned.
Knowledge test (MCQ) plus simulation on a hybrid vehicle.
Safety prescription booklet in accordance with standard NF C 18-550.