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If you employ a training person who has not finished 6 months of their apprenticeship, you must ensure they do not:
(Refer to Section 279 of the Electrical Safety Regulation 2013 (the ES Regulation))
A person who has not finished 6 months of their apprenticeship, must not:
(Refer to Section 279 of the ES Regulation)
You need to ensure that your apprentices are appropriately supervised by:
When determining the level of supervision required for an electrical apprentice, what do you need to consider?