HA Design, Plan & Classify
Our course has been designed to give you the skill and knowledge for hazardous area classification procedures and techniques for gas and combustible dust installations. Students will be taught the correct method of analysing and classifying the hazardous area and will be given in depth knowledge on how to assess flammable material properties and ignition characteristics.
This course is delivered over 5 days via Live Web.
You will require a computer/laptop, good internet connection, speakers, web camera.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will learn:
→ Hazardous Area Management.
→ HA Design Principles and Objectives.
→ Explosion Protection Techniques.
→ Classification Principles and Techniques.
→ Planning a Hazardous Area.
→ Engineering calculation such as MDP, IS Parameters etc.
→ Equipment selection in a Hazardous Area.
→ Design of Pressurisation and Ventilation Systems.
→ Hazardous Area Earthing requirements.
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To confirm your enrolment into this course, you will need to meet the prerequisite requirements as detailed below. Please submit your prerequisites to email@example.com , prior to commencement of course. If prerequisites are not provided prior to the commencement of the course, this may affect your eligibility to attend or complete the course.
You can provide this evidence by supplying us with a copy of your USI transcript. A copy of an EEHA , Cert IV in Hazardous Areas and Cert III in Electrotechnology may assist you in meeting these pre-requisites.View All Course Dates
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