Electrical Safety Rules 

We develop Electrical Safety Rules and HV and LV Operating Procedures to ensure employees and contractors working on or near electrical apparatus can operate safely and effectively.

Our HV professionals and electrical engineers have extensive experience across renewable and thermal generation, transmission, distribution and rail networks, HV operations, control rooms and the powergrid interface. 

We design anf prepare Electrical Safe Access Rules and Procedures for high and low voltage plant across networks, power stations, utilities, mines and HV customers.

Our experts also provide an audit service to test compliance against regulations.

Procedures are prepared to be consistent with:

  • State Acts, Regulations and Codes of Practice
  • State Connection Guidelines for High Voltage Connections and Embedded Generators
  • Company operational procedures, including Lock Out Tag Out procedures
  • Company installed equipment and manufacturers manuals
  • Industry best practice.

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Case Studies

Our Clients

Case Study
Transmission Network - Safe Access

We collaborated with ElectraNet to launch a new Switching Manual to provide practical detail on the boundaries, interfaces, coordination requirements and safety principles to be observed when operating or accessing ElectraNet’s High Voltage apparatus.

Our Clients

Case Study
Wind Farms - Electrical Safety Management

As a manager of a large portfolio of wind farms across the country, Vestas Australia sought an Electrical Safety Management System that could provide consistency for all sites as well as address the compliance requirements for all Federal, State and Territory levels, and its international enterprise standards.

 

Our Clients

Case Study
Toll’s HV safe access procedures for new ship to shore HV connection

Following their new ship to shore HV connection equipment, Toll commission us to develop high voltage safe access procedures to be compliant with two state jurisdictions and assist Toll's marine engineers to gain a solid understanding of the safe operating processes.