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Basic electrical safety competence for access, movement and egress (BESC AME)

The purpose of this standard is to cover the basic requirements for safely entering, moving around and exiting work areas in electrical environments.

Decommissioning of mains and services

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

Directional drilling for utilities

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Gas and water mains and services for construction

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Gas safe control of operations (SCO)

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

Install wood poles and stays

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Low energy retrofit principles

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

Low voltage switching for overhead lines

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

LV distribution cut-out

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Management of earthworks

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

National water hygiene scheme

The purpose of the standard is to provide training in line with the national water hygiene scheme. This training protects the safety of water through good hygiene practices while working on restricted operations as defined in the technical guidance notes. Water companies across the UK now mostly mandate the use of the National Water Hygiene card for anyone entering a clean water site or engaged in operations on the clean water network, whether in contact with the water or not.

Network construction 180mm - 355mm diameter

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly.
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