WEC / IMSA LMDh Competitor HV Safety Training (Part 1) 

One Day 
ASM, Unit 15, The Trafford Park Industrial Estate, Trescott Road, Redditch B98 7AH or Customer’s site 
Course Objectives 
The course is designed to align with the requirements of DGUV 209-093 as equivalent to electrically Qualified Persons as per the requirements of FIA Sporting Regulations to work on dead, isolated HV Powertrain systems. 
This course is intended for persons who will be appointed as either ‘Team HV Safety Officer’ or ‘HV Trained Person’ and required to work on LMDh HV Hybrid Powertrain systems which are defined as electrically dead and isolated in accordance with both UK and international legislation applicable to electrical systems. 
Upon completion of the course delegates will have proven their knowledge and understanding of the following 
An awareness of the hazards of working on HV system component parts and the requirements for safe working and testing 
Familiarisation with the relevant UK Legislation, customer safety rules (where applicable) and competitor sporting regulations 
An understanding of the practical application of the training to typical motorsport HV Powertrain work scenarios for work 
Roles and responsibilities as defined by IMSA / WEC 
Hazards associated with HV Hybrid Powertrain Systems 
Powertrain principles and system architecture 
Overview of HV Components and Function 
Overview of legal requirements and Sporting Regulations requirements 
Principles of Safe Working on HV Hybrid Powertrains 
IMSA Safety Protocols 
Emergency procedures 
Course Programme 
09:00 - 09:15 
Course Introduction 
Welcome and introduction 
Aims and objectives of the course 
Roles and responsibilities of Persons under the Competitor Sporting Regulations 
09:15 – 10:00 
Overview of motorsport Electrification systems: 
UN ECE 100 requirements 
EV Powertrain systems and component parts 
Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems (RESS) 
10:00 - 10:30 
Electricity and Dangers Associated with Working on or near Electrical Systems: 
Electrical fundamentals 
Electric current, its effect on the human body and typical control measures 
Arcing / Arc flash, causes and typical control measures 
10:30 - 10:45 
10:30 – 11:30 
Legislation, Competitor Safety Rules & Organisational Safety: 
Requirement of UK Legislation and Regulations (Electricity at Work Regulations 1989) 
Reference to international Legislation and guidance (UN ECE100, DGUV) 
Competitor Sporting Regulations 
11:30 – 12:15 
Risks Assessment & Safe Systems of Work when working on HV powertrain systems: 
The need for effective Risk Assessment 
Overview of Safe Systems of Work (SSoW) 
Implementation of SSoW 
12:15 – 13:00 
Lunch Break 
13:00 - 14:00 
Safe working practices for work on isolated HV powertrain systems: 
Selection of appropriate tool and equipment 
Selection of appropriate PPE 
Safe methods of electrical isolation 
14:00 - 15:00 
Group exercises on an HV Powertrain system 
15:00 - 15:15 
15:15 - 16:15 
Questionnaire based assessment covering topics delivered within course 
Delegate Questionnaire feedback 
Any questions 
End of Course 
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