Many OEM's in Europe apply the Electrical safety standard I8686, which includes general electrical safety content plus automotive specific for 4 different level of employees: 1-Non electrical work, 2-Electrical work in non-live system, 3-Electrical work in live systems, 4- Responsible for electrical safety. These training will be offered usually by TUEV.
In China TUEVs offer similar trainings which are automotive oriented. However employees need also a national certificate which it is not easy to obtain since all the training centers I have found provide the training only in Chinese language. Let me know please if you have any helpful information.
I am wondering also how companies are dealing with the electrical safety in USA.
-According to my understanding OSHA doesn't force OEMs to train their employees according to NFPA70E
-According to NFPA70E training OSHA and Ford agreed to apply NFPA70E
I assume most of the OEM's will have some internal safety trainings since NFPA70E is not automotive specific. Inthat case I am not sure how these internal trainings will be recognize as valid if an accident happens.
Thanks for your feedback