Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas (EEHA)

Course code: EEHA
Investment: $2,800 (K7,500)
Duration: 5 Days

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This Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas (EEHA) course, brought to you by Volt Edge,  covers the principles of hazardous area installation, maintenance, inspections, and breakdowns of explosion-protection equipment with a high emphasis of practical inspections. Our Hazardous Area Training course has been designed with a new starter in mind but with enough technical knowledge to stimulated the most educated student. So if you plan to work in the LNG industry, Coal industry, or petrochemical industries than Volt Edge is the training provider you need when completing your Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas (EEHA).

Incorporating a broad spectrum of skills, this course covers the explosion-protection aspects of plant and machinery operation and maintenance; of attending to a breakdown in a hazardous area or of explosion-protected and associated equipment; for installing explosion-protected and associated equipment and wiring systems; for maintaining explosion-protected and associated equipment and wiring systems; and of conducting initial, periodic and sample audit inspections close and detailed inspections of explosion-protected equipment and installations.

In the endeavour to become proficient in such skills, students will require the ability to visually identify any damage or deterioration of explosion-protected equipment, monitor changes in the explosion hazard and to implement procedures established to limit the risk of an explosion; ascertain the nature of a breakdown, the extent of repairs required and the personnel needed to repair the breakdown; match equipment with that specified for a given location, work safely, and to installation standards and complete the necessary installation documentation; follow a maintenance program, work safely, carry out maintenance to Standards and manufacturer instructions and complete the necessary maintenance documentation; and use a verification dossier, work safely in a hazardous area, inspect against Standards and report and act on inspection results.