EBC For Training & Development

Electrical Engineering and Energy Sciences

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register


Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register


Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register

1- Online Training...with international accreditation. The value of participation per person is $1,450

2-Requirement : specifying the course, number of participants, implementation date, and joint coordination.

Group contracting ... 20% Discount For Each Participant In Any Group Of Five Person Or More

Other Places To Hold The Course :

KualaLumpur.. Istanbul.. Dubai.. Cairo.. Riyadh.. Jeddah.. Abu Dhabi.. Doha.. Muscat.. Sharm El Sheikh.. Kuwait.. Tripoli.. Amman.. Beirut.. Damascus.. Tunisia.. Casablanca.. London.. Paris.. Barcelona.. Amsterdam.. Brussels

Electrical Installations in Hazardous Areas

Introduction :

Preventing the unintentional ignition of explosive atmospheres is a critical safety and economic aspect of all petroleum and chemical plant operations.

Course Objectives :

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to :

  • Defining the hazard, classifying hazardous materials, understanding the nature of the risk and the necessity to eliminate sources of ignition
  • The relationship between area classification and the various different types of Ex apparatus
  • The relationship between electrical equipment and gas groups and temperature classes
  • The installation and maintenance of the different types of equipment i.e. flameproof, increased safety, intrinsic safety, etc.
  • The need for, and typical approach to, electrical equipment inspection
  • The documentation of the Hazardous Area

Targeted Audience :

This training course is a single and comprehensive training package which involves a combination of formal lectures, practical exercises, demonstrations and written exercises.

Course Outlines :

DAY 1 : Introduction and History

  • A Brief History of Industrial Fires and Explosions
  • Materials
  • Understanding the important characteristics of hazard materials and how they behave when they are ignited. Looking at the data tables and seeing how flash point, boiling point, L.E.L. etc. influence our approach to the materials
  • Area Classification
  • A look at the techniques and the procedures that result in the formal allocations of zones zero, one and two
  • Sources of Hazard, duration of release, extent of zones, calculations, nature of hazard and release characteristics

DAY 2 : Area Classification

  • Apparatus Groups and Temperature Classes
  • How apparatus and hazard materials are matched together in terms of ignition energies, flame transmission characteristics and ignition temperatures? How groups and T Classes have changed over the years and from country to country and where to find the information to make comparisons?
  • Source of Ignition
  • A look at some of the possible sources of ignition, e.g. static electricity, light metal thermite reactions, friction etc., which can occur in Hazardous Areas. Also considering some of the steps which can be taken to eliminate them
  • Methods of Protection
  • Considering the recognised methods of protection. The fundamental concept in each case and the zones in which they may be employed
  • Ex d Flameproof
  • Ex i Intrinsic Safety
  • Ex e Increased Safety
  • Ex p Pressurised
  • Ex N Type N
  • Ex m, Ex o, Ex q, Ex s
  • Exercise
  • Ex d Flameproof
  • Considering in depth the concept of Flameproof protection, how it works, how is must be installed, how it must be inspected & maintained. Looking at weatherproofing, corrosion, gaps, fasteners, etc

DAY 3 : Equipment Inspection Exercise Session 1

  • Examining samples and answering questions about them
  • Intrinsic Safety
  • As for flameproof, an in depth look at the subject considering minimum ignition energies, associated apparatus and systems, simple apparatus, IS clean earth, floating systems, system matching, etc
  • Intrinsic Safety Installation
  • Segregation of cables, screens and armour, earthing and bonding, induction and invasion, creepage and clearance etc
  • Increased Safety
  • An in-depth look at this concept of protection making comparisons with flameproof, and stressing the vital importance of correct installation. Also looking at weatherproofing IP rating, CTI, stoppers and bolts, derating etc
  • Equipment Inspection

DAY 4 : Ex p Pressurised Apparatus

  • A close examination of this method of protection, what it can be applied to, when certification is possible and how to maintain it. Where pressurised rooms fit in and how uncertified pressurised enclosures may be used in zone 2
  • Type N
  • A thorough examination of type N considering non-sparking, enclosed break, energy limitation, and restricted breathing concepts. Also making comparisons with the concepts of protection already covered in detail
  • The Less Common Types of Protection
  • A look at Ex m, Ex o, Ex q, and Ex s considering each in turn and pointing out the safety critical features. Also considering combined or dual certification and the combination of many concepts of protection into one item of equipment
  • Equipment Inspection
  • Labels, Marking and Certificates
  • A look at the codings, certificate numbers and other essential markings on labels and certificates. Including a paper exercise to identify equipment

DAY 5 : Installation, Inspection and Maintenance

  • Considering the guidance of National codes of practice in terms of wiring and cabling, identification, isolation, inspections and maintenance. Examining inspection schedules and referring back to the concepts of protection to ensure that the attendees are comfortable with the inspection requirements for all types of equipment. Prioritising repairs, i.e. which failures are immediately life threatening and which could become so in time
  • Cable entries
  • Considering cable and conduit entries to all types of enclosures and protection concepts. Also looking at adapters and reducers, plugs and correct selection in each circumstance
  • Equipment Inspection Exercise Final session
  • Legislation
  • What the Law has to say, standards, certificates, codes, European directives, the HSE and how it all ties together?
  • Considering the records that should be kept by a company in order to manage a Hazardous Area installation
  • General Discussion

European Business Center Training Methodology :

Our training work is presented in a professional and attractive manner.. Interspersed with interceptive information to renew attention throughout the training period… We aim with this method to train the listener and interact… In addition to practical applications that target the direct skills and knowledge required to be achieved.. It is presented to the trainees in more than one way.. Practical exercises and applications.. Surveys and questions.. A training strategy has been adopted based on pairing between the theoretical and the professional and between the local and the global.

What Does The Participant Get From The Course?

Each participant obtains an internationally accredited training certificate from the European Business Center for Training and Development … which has the ISO certificate in quality No. 900/2015 from the English international company UCAS .. and receives a training bag containing the scientific material via an electronic flash … in addition to an enjoyable and useful training that is reflected Positive and developmental for individuals and the institution

Note :

We can implement the training course in any of the cities referred to in this course..at the appropriate and required time for the trainees..through joint coordination with the training department at the center..the training is implemented in a distinctive manner according to the best quality standards so that we meet all training requirements and needs.

International Accreditations

European Business Center for Training and Development has obtained international and official accreditations with the highest and best international levels scientifically and technically, which reflect the level of outstanding performance in our training work.. so that it achieves what each participant aspires to by obtaining the best certificates with officially approved scientific and technical standards.