ALBO Technical Training Center has been developed as a result of a necessity for our employees and associates to improve and acquire new levels of competence.

The market in which we operate is challenging and demanding. Being aware of this fact we are continuously working on multiplication of knowledge through our Training Center programs aiming to be always a step ahead of the competition.

Main goal is to develop and increase competencies, skills and knowledge of individuals for the benefit of the entire collective.

Regular attendance of trainings is an integral part of a work routine of our employees which helps us to maintain sustainable business and stable growth.


Continuance Learning is the motto of the ALBO Training Center.


As for employees and associates, ALBO Energy also offers training activities to clients, as well as custom made and project-specific trainings that suites client needs.

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50MVA transformers
132 kV GIS room
11kV switchgear rooms
Capacitor bank rooms
Earthing transformers
Fire pump room
Cylindrical aluminium fire water tank


Gas Works (SF6 gas handling – evacuation, vacuuming, gas filling and measurement)
GIS Opening and closing
Mounting and dismounting of Test Bushing

Training goals:
Transformer basics: types, parts, cooling, safety advices
Installation and commissioning
Advices about: energizing, monitoring and maintenance
Tests: Routine, type and site tests

Training scope:

High voltage (HV) and medium voltage (MV) cables introduction


Cable design

Cable accessories

Distributed temperature sensing system

Fiber optic cables in HV/MV cable route


Type tests

Factory acceptance tests (fat)

Installation and laying conditions

Cable sheath bonding

Site testing and commissioning

Introduction to LV Power and Control Cables documents
Giving an example of a Laying Route following a defined Cable Schedule
Giving an example of a Cable Termination Plan

General Layout and Arrangement
11kV Single Line Diagram
Technical Particulars for 11kV Switchgear
11kV Switchgear Protection Component Approval
11kV IDT Feeders Schematics

Introduction to Relay setting

Connection to the relays

Exporting Importing Relay Data

Communication with SCADA

Installation of Power transformers
Civil Works
Access road and heavy lift transport company
Schedules and preparatory works
Review of Technical Specifications and FAT reports
Quality plan/ITP
Assembly of transformer step by step
Oil processing and filling
Safety at site
Installation checks

GIS Installation:
Civil Works
Schedules and preparatory works
Room readiness
Review of Technical Specifications and FAT reports
Quality plan/ITP
Assembly of GIS step by step
SF6 gas work
Installation checks
HV test

The primary functions of grounding system are essentially protection and safety of operating personnel against dangerous step and touch voltage.
The grounding system comprises a grid of buried conductors providing a current path to earth, with connections to grounding points on all indoor and outdoor primary and secondary equipment.
The internal grounding system include buildings, each providing grounding point for indoor primary and secondary equipment.

Static contact resistance test
Timing tests
Coil and motor current analysis
Minimum pick-up test
Under-voltage condition test

Wiring for the basic CT test
Testing with using PC or Laptop
Identifies all relevant CT performance parameters
Ratio and phase accuracy
Winding resistance
Excitation characteristics (knee points)Burden impedance

Introduction to all components used in Motor control center simulator (MCC)
TeSys T
Power Meter (PM)
Ruggedcom switch
DC power supply

Front view
Current outputs
Voltage outputs
Binary inputs
Test Universe
Test modules
Configuration modules
Control Center
Protection Testing Library
Test tools
System settings
Test Object
Hardware configuration
Quick CMC
Pulse ramping

Control one OMICRON test set at a predetermined point in time (triggering the starting point of a test process) or
Synchronize the starting point of a test process of two or more OMICRON test sets or
Accurately time-stamp data captured by an OMICRON test set

Transportation and Storage

Drawings and layout
Substaton rooms
Civil activities (Step-by-step)

Main contact resistance measurement (μΩ meter)
Minimum pick-up voltage measurement of trip and close coils
Motor current and voltage
Main and resistive contact timing measurement
Sending trip and close commands to perform different operations
Main contact dynamic resistance measurement
Along with timing and dynamic resistance measurements, the following measurements can be included

Project Initiating
Project Preparation / Planning
Project Execution
Project Close out
Project follow-up / Controlling

Work breakdown structure, WBS
Time management uses the Scope outputs of the WBS and the WBS Dictionary as well as constraints and assumptions from the Project Charter to develop the time line

Triple Constraints (Recap)
Project Life Cycle (Recap)
Project Initiation
Project Planning
Tendering Process

Performance Chart
Case studies
Triple constrains

Introduction to Project Management,
Project Initiation,
Project planning,
Project implementation,
Project closeout

Status Reports
Risk Reports
Executive Reports
Resource Reports

Duties and Responsibilities
Commissioning Documentation
FAT / SAT test reports
Component test
Overall test reports

Emotional intelligence (EI), emotional leadership (EL), emotional quotient (EQ) and emotional intelligence quotient (EIQ), is the capability of individuals to recognize their own emotions and those of others, discern between different feelings and label them appropriately, use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior, and manage and/or adjust emotions to adapt to environments or achieve one’s goal(s).

Before the contractors arrive on site it is important for the site manager to give some
time to planning the site layout no matter how large or small as there are a number of important
In any project it is important that sufficient time is allocated to planning the safety
arrangements that will apply on site well before the site is in fact mobilized. This is to allow for
vetting of contractors, checking methods of working, completing on site surveys to check for
services and/or contamination.
Of particular importance is the allocation of sufficient resources to manage H&S on site.
This includes having a site manager and a supervisor in place but also a H&S adviser for the
significant sites to ensure that minimal standards are maintained throughout the lifecycle until
final completion and handover

This information bulletin is developed to assist the ALBO employees in the safe
use of socket and extension cords at workplace and their homes and to provide
some recommendations that, if implemented, will reduce the risk of accidents

Different types, determined by their power source:
Pneumatic (air)
Liquid fuel

Ergonomic issues
Fire and evacuation
Electrical cords and equipment
Heat-generating sources
Hand/powered tolls and equipment
Office machines (copiers, paper, cutters, shredders, jammed machines)
Office chemicals
Slips, trips, falls
Furniture and layout
Motor vehicle accidents

A program to reduce incidents, including injuries related to working with our hands by:
Improving our attitude and
thus behavior
Improving our awareness
Understanding tool safety

Asbestos is a fibrous material it occurs naturally in many parts of the world. Once known as
“Miracle Mineral”, now on of the most widespread contaminants on Earth. Three main types:
Chrysotile – White asbestos
Amosite – Brown asbestos
Crocidolite – Blue asbestos
Also, asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that has been used for hundreds of years as
an insulation and fireproofing material

This Presentation outlines the safety systems required when performing any elevated work. Working
at height represents a major risk in construction work and is presents almost throughout all ALBO
project activities. It is a great hazard during the working process and should be careful analyzed
before starting any work at height.
The hazards associated with working at height include:
Worker operating at height falls
Objects falls from work area onto people below
Objects falls onto plant, equipment, and other product

Winter is an especially
dangerous time for Albo workers
who must drive on the job. Winter
conditions in Serbia can extend
from early November to the end
of March. And “winter” is more
than just snow and ice.
Freezing rain, fog, and reduced
visibility are all part of winter
hazards for Albo’s drivers. The
following tips will help you reduce
your risk of an accident while
driving at work this winter.

A key development in waste management is the focus on preventing the production of waste through
waste minimization and the re-use of waste materials through recycling. This links directly to
procurement issues, where careful selection of materials, suppliers, process redesign for disassembly
and reverse logistics can all reduce the amount of wastes produced or facilitate recycling and re-use.

Why conduct a risk assessment
Human factors – save life, stop
workplace injures, illnesses and
increase staff morale.
Legal factors – meet legislative
requirements, OHS&W and Work
Financial factors – decrease the
risk of prosecution and fines
incurred, lower Work cover levies,
reduce absenteeism, increase
potential for gaining shareholders
and increase productivity

What is PPE?
PPE is equipment that will
protect the user against health
or safety risks at work. It can
include items such as safety
helmets and hard hats, gloves,
eye protection, high-visibility
clothing, safety footwear and
safety harnesses.

First aid is one of the activities that are especially important at the Red Cross of Serbia. It is the activity that is associated with the Red Cross throughout the world, and by which the RC is recognized.

First aid is the act of saving a life, but it is also a reflection of humanity, altruism and sense for the needs of others.

What does hazard means?
Hazard means:
Any potential or actual threat
to the well being of people,
machinery or environment
Electrical hazard safety means:
Taking precautions to identify
and control electrical hazards

What Is Arc Flash?
Arc flash is a short circuit
through air that flashes over
from one exposed live
conductor to another conductor
or to ground.
Lightning is an example
of a naturally occurring arc

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) refers to specific practices and procedures
to safeguard employees from the unexpected energisation or startup
of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy
during service or maintenance activities
Before performing service or maintenance and that the authorized
employee(s) either lock or tag the energy-isolating device(s) prevent
the release of hazardous energy

The Work Permit System is a formal Safety System, the objective of which is to control specific work activities which are known to be potentially hazardous in relation to:
The Health and Safety of Personnel
The integrity of the operation / Facility / Equipment

Overall toolbox talks topic overview.

Flammable liquids can cause a fire or explosion, and like many other substances, they can also cause serious health effects from overexposure. The determining factor in whether a liquid is flammable or combustible is its flash-point.
Flash-point is he minimum temperature at which a liquid gives off enough vapor within a test vessel in sufficient concentration to form an ignitable mixture with air near the surface of the liquid.

One of every five workplace-related fatalities is a construction worker. The leading causes of death among construction workers are falls from elevations, motor vehicle crashes, electrocution, machines, and struck-by falling objects. Some of General safety precautions will be presented in this training module. Best practice recognized by leading safety Institute worldwide and Company best practice.
Establishment and maintaining safe construction site is important process for each successful project completion and should be carefully followed by all interested parties involved in work execution.