Electric Hybrids and Risk Prevention PES – PAV – PEI
A hybrid or hybrid propulsion vehicle is a vehicle equipped with a propulsion system consisting of two or more components, such as an electric motor with a thermal engine.
Technical interventions on a hybrid engine require specific expertise and adequate qualification to carry out electrical work on electric vehicles.
The ability to perform electrical work is obtained through a training process that includes not only the development of theoretical knowledge but also the acquisition of practical skills.
Obtaining qualifications for personnel performing electrical work on electric or hybrid vehicles can be as a ‘Persona Esperta’ (Expert Person – PES), ‘Persona Avvertita’ (Informed Person – PAV), or ‘Idonea ai lavori sotto tensione’ (Suitable for Live Work – PEI)
PAV – Persona Avvertita (Informed Person): A person adequately informed by expert individuals to enable them to avoid the dangers that electricity can create.
PES – Persona Esperta (Expert Person): A person with relevant education, knowledge, and experience that allows them to analyze risks and avoid the dangers that electricity can create.
PEI – Persona Idonea (Suitable Person): A person recognized with the technical capacity to perform specific live work.
Lupo Autoricambi, in collaboration with Magneti Marelli, is ORGANIZING a professional technical course for PES-PAV-PEI lasting 16 hours. Participation in the course on ELECTRIC HYBRIDS – PES PAV PEI requires a basic knowledge of the principles of electronics/electrotechnics applied to automobiles.
The course will be spread over two days and will enable participants (subject to passing a final test) to receive a certification that qualifies them for safety and maintenance interventions on hybrid and electric propulsion vehicles.
- Environmental concerns and the obligation to improve energy efficiency in the transport sector, as well as obligations outlined in Europe for vehicle manufacturers
- Incentives and other advantages for the development of electric and/or hybrid vehicles
- Overview of some electric and/or hybrid vehicles on the market
- Performance of some electric vehicles on the market
- Technology and performance of batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles
- Electric motors and the generation of high alternating voltage
- CEI standards for the connection and safety of charging systems – Charging systems
- The evaluation of electrical risk and environmental influences: safety plans and preventive measure
- Toyota battery – electric shock and electric arc: physiological effects on the human body
- First aid instructions for people affected by electric shock and electric arc
- Selection, use, and storage of equipment and personal protective devices (PPE) for electrical work, and specifics for ‘live work’
- Key legislative provisions on electrical safety and electrical risk, with particular reference to Title III. Chapter III, of Legislative Decree 81/08 – CEI EN 50110-1 Standard ‘Operation of electrical installations,’ CEI 11-27 Standard ‘Work on electrical installations,’ and the electrical equipment of vehicles
- Transmission and exchange of information among parties involved in the work
- PES and PAV attributions of personnel performing the work
- Electrical work in low voltage, de-energized, in proximity to live parts, live work, and general safety criteria
- Procedures for live work on electric vehicles: preparation of work
- Examples of work sheets and procedures with descriptions of operational phases for securing electric vehicles