Training

Atex Level 1 – Beginner

 Goals:

Acquire the knowledge in order to be able to work safely in Hazardous Atmospheres (ATEX / Ex)

Audience:

All

 Prerequisite: 

No

 Contents:

Initial awareness in ATEX / Ex zones

1. What is an ATEX
2. When is an Atex present?
3. How can an Atex explode?
4. Flammable substances?
5. How to avoid the explosion of an Atex?
6. ATEX protection modes
7. ATEX intervention rules
8. Support videos, powerpoint, quiz

 

Atex Level 2 – Knowledge update

Goals:

Acquire the essential knowledge in order to work safely on EXplosible ATmosphere installations

Audience:

People working on equipment subject to ATEX / Ex regulations

Prerequisites:

Basic electrical knowledge

Contents:

1. General ATEX (Gas and Dust)
2. The ATEX Directive 1999/92 / EC on European regulations applicable to workers in risk areas (transposed into the labor code).
3. The ATEX Directive 1994/9 / EC or 2014 / 34UE, concerning the regulations applicable to devices intended to be used in ATEX explosive atmospheres
4. General presentation of the electrical protection modes.
5. The main rules for the construction and maintenance of electrical installations in Hazardous Atmospheres.
6. Marking of equipment.

Atex Experts

– Help in characterizing the ATEX risk for your flammable substances “Combustible gases, steam and dust” (Source IEC / EN60079-20)

-Identification of the locations where ATEX can form, and help in the classification and dimensioning in zones of these locations (Source IEC / EN60079-10)

-Selection of new electrical or non-electrical equipment to be installed in ATEX zones including the technical specificities linked to the activities (external influences: temperature, vibrations, pressure, UV, marine environment, etc.) (Source IEC / EN60079-14)

– Adequacy of electrical and non-electrical equipment installed in ATEX zones already installed in order to define the corrective actions required: maintenance plan, replacement / work budget, photo report, detailed inspection (Source IEC / EN60079-17)

-Identification of ignition sources of electrical, electrostatic, mechanical and process-related origins (Source EN1127-1)

-Assistance in the development of your document relating to explosion protection (DRPCE) and integration of this into the single document required by the labor code (identification of risks at workstations).

-Define a risk / explosion prevention action plan based on the results obtained during the risk assessment.

-Training of personnel subject to ATEX risks in accordance with regulatory requirements