Qualified Electrical Worker – QEW in Saskatchewan

The 2 day Qualified Electrical Worker course covers both Saskatchewan Provincial and Federal electrical safety requirements for working on electrical equipment 750V or greater. This course focuses on recognizing and understanding electrical hazards while using the proper procedures for controlling the risk of electric shock, arc flash and arc blast. This course is set up and designed with a focus on current industry standards and best practices, including the Workplace Electrical Safety Standard - CSA Z462. This course is mandatory for individuals who work on electrical equipment in Saskatchewan.


Classroom Training Content


Qualified Electrical Worker Training incorporates the use of custom designed interactive models and visual aids which help to enhance interest and facilitate a higher comprehension level for participants.




Who Should Attend:



  • Journeyman Electricians

  • Apprentice Electricians

  • Electrical Technologists

  • Journeyman Instrumentation Mechanics

  • Electrical Engineers




Upon completion of QEW - Qualified Electrical Worker Training,  workers will have the knowledge, training and information required to safely and efficiently work on 750V or greater electrical equipment.


Duration & Location


16 hours of classroom theory, followed by written competency exam.


Operator Certification


Qualified Electrical Worker Training has an expiry of 3 years after initial certification.


Program Includes



  • Written examination

  • Record of training report to employer

  • Wallet Card Certification upon successful completion of course




DAXX Safety Group offers the necessary training to meet these regulations through classroom lectures, workbook components, videos, and individual coaching.