Electric Education: Auto Prévention to offer EV safety course via Quebec CPCPA partnership

Quebec City, Quebec — Auto Prévention, an occupational health and safety specialist for Quebec’s automotive industry, has announced a collaboration with the Provincial Council of Automotive Service Industry Party Committees (CPCPA) to launch a new EV safety certificate.

To develop the program, Auto Prévention is also in partnership with the province’s joint committees (CPAs) and the Labour Sector Committee (CSMO).

The program, launched in January, is part of Quebec’s Electric Vehicle Skills Program (EVSP) training curriculum, which aims to offer a structured training path and recognized electric and hybrid vehicle certification to industry workers in auto mechanics, body work and heavy road vehicles.

The goal of the new course is to help generate knowledge and awareness of the risks of high voltage automotive systems.

Specifically, the 14-hour course enables workers to locate and determine the potential danger of high-voltage components, learn safety rules and various safe intervention methods, how to safely diffuse systems and to update knowledge of basic electricity skills.

The training is subsidized and the training manual and class 0 gloves are provided free of charge.

For more information on training or to register, click here, or contact your regional CPA.

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