The primary responsibility of an electrical spotter is to observe the electrical work that is in progress and ensure it’s being carried out in accordance with approved procedures and rules. Their role is to minimise the risk of electrocution, contact with pipelines and vicinity to power lines and electrical conductors.
Electrical spotters are important as almost everyday workers are at risk on their sites, especially when working in proximity to electrical currents.
We have a fantastic team of qualified and experience electrical spotters to help you during your project.
Our electrical spotters are Level 2 accredited and first aid certified. Our electrical spotters are also thoroughly trained in emergency procedures and have demonstrated a high level of competency in those procedures.
There is a range of skills electrical spotters need, including reading, correctly interpreting permits, communication and more.