On-Course Expectations

MITA provides training in the electricity supply industry.  Its focus is to provide a safe working environment for all trainees, and to train them in the correct (i.e. safe) operating practices and industry regulations.

You are required to be fit for work to complete any MITA courses.  Please report anything that may affect your ability whilst training.

You must bring full PPE to all MITA courses.  Some courses have additional requirements such as regs and SMEI's (ie EWRB Safety courses). 

Policies and rules

When attending training with MITA Consulting, trainees are expected to respect the following policies and rules.  Failure to do so may result in removal from the class or the course.  It may also result in censure through your employer.

  • Mobile phones must be switched off!

  • Take note of identified Fire exits

  • Take note of the identified emergency assembly area

  • Ensure the cleanliness of the buildings is maintained at all times

  • Your Student Handbook must be signed and returned.

 

Expected behaviour

  • You are required to be on time to all sessions

  • An instructor must be notified if you are unable to attend any of the sessions

  • If you are not present on the course by 8 am each morning or are considered to be unfit for work for any reason your supervisor will be informed immediately and a course of action will be carried out.

 

Keeping Yourself Safe

  • While in the training area protective footwear, overalls, hard hat and eye protection must be worn at all times

  • All other safety equipment required during the training will be provided

  • All lines and cables within the training area shall be considered to be LIVE unless proven otherwise by isolating, testing and earthing.

  • No alcohol or drugs are permitted on the training centre premises.  Any student considered to be affected by such substances will be requested to leave.

Tools and Equipment

  • Look after training equipment - treat it like your own, if it’s wet leave it out to dry, hang it up; if dirty clean before putting it away

  • Please respect MITA’s equipment and report any damage

  • Good worker’s use the correct tools.  If you look after your tools they will look after you.

Respect – to get it you must give it. 

 

Please remember to RESPECT yourself, your fellow trainees and MITA staff at all times.