NR 10 SEP Course in English | EAD | Ao Vivo | Presencial | Online | 10714

The NR 10 SEP Electric Power Powers and its Proximities Course aims to instruct and train employees on the safe execution of their activities in the workplace, so that it is preserved both in the health and integrity of the worker as a protection of assets.

  • Validade : Biennial
  • Modalidade : EAD
  • Carga Horária : 40 Hours
  • Pré-Requisitos Mínimos : Technical level
NR 10 SEP Course in English | EAD | Ao Vivo | Presencial | Online | 10714

The Course

It is necessary that the Participants have been trained in the Basic NR 10 Training – 40 hours in less than 02 years, or have made the updating in less than 02 years.

It is recommended that the practical part be given in the site that the participants work (In Company).
It is important that the Instructor has access to the P.I.E. (Electrical Installations Register) and other documents of the NR 10, as recommended by the Regulatory Norm (NR).

“(*) These topics should be developed and directed specifically to the working conditions and characteristic of each branch, operation standard, voltage level and other specific peculiarities to the type or particular condition of activity, being obeyed the hierarchy of the worker technical improvement.”


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I – Minimum Schedule:
Organization of the Electric Power System – SEP.
Work Organization:
A) programming and planning services;
B) teamwork;
C) enchiridion and records of installations;
D) working methods; and
E) communication.
Behavioral aspects.
Precautionary conditions for services.
Typical risks in SEP and their prevention (*):
A) proximity and contacts with energized parts;
B) induction;
C) atmospheric discharges;
D) static;
E) electric and magnetic fields;
F) communication and identification;
G) work at height, machinery and special equipment.
Risk Analysis Techniques in SEP (*)
Working procedures – analysis and discussion. (*)
Working techniques under tension: (*)
A) in energized line;
B) the potential;
C) in internal areas;
D) work from distance;
E) night work;
F) underground environments.
Equipment, working tools (choice, use, conservation, verification, testing) (*).
Collective protection systems (*).
Equipments for individual protection (*).
Postures and work clothes (*).
Safety with vehicles, transportation of people, materials and equipment (*).
Signaling and isolation of work areas (*).
Release of installation for service and for operation and use (*).
Training in techniques of removal, assistance, transportation of accident victims (*).
Typical accidents (*)
– Analysis, discussion, protection measures.
Responsibilities (*).

Activity Complements:
Awareness of Importance:
APR (Preliminary Risk Analysis);
PAE (Emergency Action Plan;
PGR (Risk Management Plan);
Understanding the need for the Rescue Team;
The importance of knowledge of the task;
Prevention of accidents and notions of first aid;
Fire protection;
Perception of risks and factors that affect people's perceptions;
Impact and behavioral factors on safety;
Fear factor;
How to discover the fastest and easiest way to develop Skills;
How to control the mind while working;
How to manage and manage working time;
Why balance energy during activity in order to obtain productivity;
Consequences of Risk Habituation;
Causes of accidents at work;
Understanding Tree of Causes;
Understanding Fault Tree;
Understandings on Ergonomics;
Workstation Analysis;
Ergonomic Risks;
Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) - OSHA;

Practical Exercises:
Evidence Record;
Theoretical and Practical Evaluation;
Certificate of participation.

Normative References

NR - 10 - Security in Installations and Services in Electricity;
ABNT NBR 5410 - Low Voltage Electrical Installations;

ABNT NBR 5419 - Protection of Structures against Atmospheric Electric Discharges;
ABNT NBR 14039 - Medium Voltage Electrical Installations from 1.0 kV to 36.2 kV; ABNT NBR 15749 - Measurement of Potential Grounding Resistance on the Ground Surface in Grounding Systems;
Protocol - Guidelines American Heart Association;
ISO 10015 - Quality management - Training guidelines;
ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety management systems - Requirements with guidance for use;
Note: This Service exclusively meets the requirements of the Special Secretariat for Social Security and Labor (SEPRT); when dealing with services to other agencies, inform at the time of request.



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