Hazardous Areas courses
Installation And Maintenance Of Electrical Equipment In Hazardous Areas
For electrical/instrumentation work and inspections in explosive atmospheres
Duration: 5 Days
This course is intended for electrical workers, technicians and engineers involved with installing and maintaining electrical equipment in hazardous areas. It covers the principles of hazardous area classification, explosion-protection techniques, equipment installation requirements, inspections, and procedures for breakdowns and maintenance, with theory and practical components.
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Hazardous Areas Installation And Maintenance Refresher
Duration: 2 Days
This course is intended as a periodic refresher (recommended every two years) for electrical workers and engineers who hold the competencies delivered by our five day course. It is typically delivered on site and can be customised to focus on the equipment and procedures in place at the customer’s facility. The course can be two or three days in length according to the customer’s requirements. Training focuses on the practical components of the five day course, particularly on inspections and testing.
Hazardous Areas Classification And Design
For engineers, electrical technical officers and designers working with explosive atmospheres
Duration: 5 Days
This is an advanced course, intended for electrical workers, technicians, engineers and senior engineers involved with the design of electrical installations in hazardous areas and in area classification.
Hazardous Area Awareness - This course is currently only available for company training
For operators and maintainers working in or around explosive atmospheres
Duration: 1 Day
This course is intended for electrical and non-electrical participants. It covers the legislative requirements of hazardous area installations and provides an overview of the relevant standards. It provides an introduction to explosion-protected equipment and explains how to read hazardous area classification drawings and interpret equipment markings. Safe systems of work and safety issues such as toxicity are also covered.