International training modules for high voltage technology in vehicles has been launched by TÜV SÜD South Asia for manufacturers and producers of these systems. On basis of this, individuals working on these high voltage technology vehicles will be imparted with information regarding the same.
Global experts will be delivering sessions to individuals based on training material designed as per German Safety standards. BGI 8686 is the module that specifies safety parameters that need to be considered when working with high voltage technology in vehicles. These sessions which are recognized by the European Union will enable producers and suppliers gain vast amounts of knowledge on how to implement these parameters in vehicles so as to avoid incidents arising due to fault arcs, short circuits and electric shocks.
Indians taking part in these training programs and sessions will be trained in accident prevention, implementation of safety requirements and process of conducting tests to make sure that a vehicle is HV- safety compliant. Through the course, Indian automobile manufacturers and suppliers will be briefed on international laws and regulations that govern High Voltage technology in vehicles.
Niranjan Nadkarni, CEO, TÜV SÜD South Asia had this to say, “At TÜV SÜD, we aim to empower Indian automobile professionals ahead of times with knowledge of operating on high voltage systems. We believe that with the shortage of conventional fuels, electric vehicles will be a viable option to explore for mobility. The training comprises an essential practical segment which allows all participants to practice the methods learnt, we hope these sessions are as successful in India as in the other markets.”