Project outputs.

Report with differences in electrical installations across the partnership

Download the report in:

English
Danish
Greek
Maltese
Spanish

Report on safety training and tests for electricians across the partnership countries

Download the report in:

English
Danish
Greek
Maltese
Spanish

Scaffolding Guide

The Guide describes how to use the Safety4El materials in a CLIL context (Content and Language Integrated Lesson). Using CLIL and scaffolding can help non native learners better work with abstract issues.

Download the guide in:

English
Danish
Greek
Maltese
Spanish

Case stories with situations demonstrating safety issues

Start: 02-01-2017 Final: 31-08-2019

Online multimedia safety cases (video, sound recordings, and photos) for training risk assessment

Curriculum/Course Guide

Start: 01-10-2017 Final: 31-08-2019

Guidelines for running the course with exemplary course descriptions for running the course as “stand alone”, in classes integrated, and as blended learning.

OER Platform

Start: 01-09-2016 Final: 31-08-2019

The website hosting the OER system: Upload area, Course materials, case stories, test area with online tests, integration with social media for exchange of practice, and links (e.g. to regulations, certifying bodies, resources etc.)

Recommendations for improved safety for electricians in Europe

Start: 01-07-2019 Final: 31-08-2019

Report with recommendations for courses and/or tests leading to improved safety for electricians in Europe

Share your materials

This part of the website enables teachers to upload and share materials suitable for teaching and learning about safety issues.

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Shared Resources

European Agency for Safety and Health at Work: https://osha.europa.eu/


Review of successful Occupational Safety and Health benchmarking initiatives: Visit the site.


Questions relating to:

  • New or rewired domestic and similar installations
  • Alterations and additions in domestic and similar premises
  • New installations (places of work)

http://alturl.com/auuku (Wordlinked) ©2016 Electrical Safety First


Questions relating to:

  • Periodic inspection, testing, certification and reporting.

http://alturl.com/3zmxb (Wordlinked) ©2016 Electrical Safety First


An overview of The Electrical Safety Act, executive orders, standards and information about electrical installations, electrical plants and electrical equipment in the jurisdiction of The Danish Safety Technology Authority http://elsikkerhedsregler.dk/en


Act on the Safety of Electrical Plants, Electrical Installations and Electrical Equipment (the Electrical Safety Act) http://elsikkerhedsregler.dk/en/electrical-safety-act


Wikipedia article on IEC 60364 Electrical Installations for Buildings: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEC_60364


The Electrical Installation Guide (and now Wiki) by Schneider Electric is to help electrical designers and contractors to design electrical installations according to standards such as the IEC60364 or other relevant standards:  http://www.electrical-installation.org/enwiki/Main_Page


Working on switchboards can be involved with risk. The Danish Sikkerhedsstyrelsen has made a video where you will learn about the procedures to avoid risk and take care of your own safety: https://www.sik.dk/Global/English/Working-on-switchboards


Application forms to be used if you have completed a qualification outside Denmark (in another EU or EEA country) and wish to obtain authorisation in Denmark http://www.sik.dk/Global/English/Authorisation-and-approval/Application-forms


Wikipedia article on Electrical wiring in the United Kingdom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_wiring_in_the_United_Kingdom


Short clips of Napo facing various electrical hazards: https://www.napofilm.net/en/napos-films/napo-in%E2%80%A6-shocking-situations


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