Hazardous Area Courses

Electrical Equipment in Explosive Atmosphere (EEEA) – Training Courses 


Competence depends on technical knowledge, skill, experience and training. Measurement of competence is a difficult task and requires specific assessment methods which have been developed by the IECEx Certification of Personnel Competence Scheme. Competence evolves with years and may deteriorate, so continued training and assessment is necessary.

CAPESERVE is conducting Ex training courses to fulfil the technical knowledge requirement for various area of design, selection, installation, maintenance, inspection, audit, overhaul and repair of Ex equipment based on ATEX, IEC Standards, ANZEx Standards etc., Our trainers are CompEx and IECEx CoPC certified professionals and are having many years of industrial experience in similar field.


Virtual Instructor-Led Training Courses

Capeserve have launched our Virtual Instructor-Led Trainings to support our clients in continuous learning and means to upskill. Capeserve replicates the face to face classroom experience which allow participants to actively participate and interact with their trainer and other participants.

Capeserve’s Virtual Instructor-Led Training Courses is designed and customised to provide our clients with seamless flow of knowledge with effective, convenient, collaborative and practical session conducted by our subject matter expert trainers.


Small classes with focus groups


Comprehensive digital courseware


Live interactive session with expert trainer


Customised delivery to the needs of the client and participants


Certificate of Completion from CAPESERVE


External Assessment by TRAINOR Certification Norway




EEEA Training Courses Training Courses by CAPESERVE

EEEA-M1 Hazardous Areas – Basic Principles
EEEA-M2 Installation of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
EEEA-M3 Inspection of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas



  • EEEA-M1 : Hazardous Areas – Basic Principles
  • EEEA-M2 : Installation of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
  • EEEA-M3 : Inspection of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
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EEEA-M1 : Hazardous Areas – Basic Principles
Hazardous Areas – Basic Principle

This course will provide the detail knowledge of hazardous area principles, various international standards and certification schemes relevant to the topic of explosive atmosphere.

Target Audience
  • Electrical and/or non-Electrical personnel
  • Managers/Engineers/Technicians – Safety, Process/Chemical, Mechanical background
  • Other discipline Manager,
Course Outcome
  • Detail knowledge about different codes & standards and Competency schemes all over the world.
  • General knowledge of area classification (Zone) concepts
  • Concepts and Features of various protection techniques
  • Main difference between ATEX and IECEx
  • Work culture, procedure, risk management and documentation
Course Duration
  • Total Course Duration: 16 hrs (2 days)
Course Contents

Day 1:

  • Hazardous Area – History & Importance
  • Overview of Codes & Standards and Competency schemes
  • Electrical and Non-Electrical Ignition Sources (Hazards) & Handling
  • Hazardous Area Classification – Zone and Class/Div concept
  • Various Certification Schemes (ATEX, IECEx, ANZEx, NEC)
  • ATEX is not equal to IECEx – A Difference

Day 2:

  • Flammable Materials Properties
  • Explosion Protection Methods, Principles & Types (Ex d, e, n, i, p, m, o)
  • Certification Schemes and Equipment Marking
  • Occupational Health & Safety, Permit to Work System
  • Ex Register & Hazardous Area Dossier
Competency

A Course Completion Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course.


EEEA-M2 : Installation of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
Installation of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
Objective

To provide knowledge and training for those personnel who would like to involve and work in installation & testing of electrical equipment in hazardous areas.

Target Audience
  • Electrical & Instrument Technicians
  • Electrical & Instrument Inspectors
  • Electrical & Instrument technical graduates
Course Outcome
  • Detail knowledge about different codes & standards, Competency schemes all over the world, concepts and features of various protection techniques.
  • Knowledge of verifying the equipment prior to installation for suitability, various installation practices for different zone rating, testing of equipment online/offline and its requirements.
  • Work culture, procedure, risk management and documentation.
Course Duration
  • Total Course Duration: 16 hrs (2 days)
  • Theory and Practical included.
Course Contents

Day 1:

  • Overview – Basic Principles & Hazardous Area Classification
  • Ex Protection Techniques and Examples
  • Certification Schemes and Equipment Marking
  • Occupational Health & Safety, Permit to Work System & Isolation
  • Installation of equipment

Day 2:

  • Selection of Cable Gland and Blanking
  • Cable Glanding and Wiring Systems
  • Earthing System
  • Testing of Equipment & Documentation
  • Ex Register & Hazardous Area Dossier Preparation
  • Practical Session – Installation & Testing
Competency

A Course Completion Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

EEEA-M3 : Inspection of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
Inspection of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
Objective

To provide knowledge and training for those personnel who would like to involve in inspection of electrical equipment in hazardous areas under new installation and/or existing operating plants & facilities.

Target Audience
  • Electrical & Instrument Technicians
  • Electrical & Instrument Inspectors
  • Electrical & Instrument technical graduates
Course Outcome
  • Detail knowledge about different codes & standards, Competency schemes all over the world.
  • Work culture, procedure, risk management, inspection procedures and documentation.
  • Live maintenance and its procedure, live inspection requirements.
Course Duration
  • Total Course Duration: 16 hrs (2 days)
  • Theory and Practical included.
Course Contents

Day 1:

  • Overview – Basic Principles & Hazardous Area Classification
  • Ex Protection Techniques and Examples
  • Certification Schemes and Equipment Marking
  • Occupational Health & Safety, Permit to Work System & Isolation
  • Installation of equipment, Cable Glanding and Wiring Systems

Day 2:

  • Ex Register Preparation
  • Grade & Type of Inspection
  • Inspection Check sheets (IEC 60079-17)
  • Inspection of Various Ex installation – Theory
  • Hazardous Area Dossier Preparation
  • Inspection of Various Ex installation – Practical
Competency

A Course Completion Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

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