Explosive atmospheres are found in many sectors of industry including chemical plants, pharmaceutical plants, oil refineries, gas terminals and offshore production/storage. There is a greater risk of fires and explosion in these areas and the outcome are considerably more catastrophic. Therefore, hazardous area classification has become an important requirement in industry to be implemented for the purpose of protecting people, equipment and the environment. It is important to understand how these guidelines relate to your plant or storage facility for the implementation of measures and techniques to reduce the risk of explosion. In this seminar, you will learn and be aware about the need and method of classification of areas where flammable gases & vapours are present.
Who Should Attend
Personnel responsible for process safety in the workplace, Fire Safety Managers, Workplace Safety and Health Professionals, Facility Managers, Workplace Managers or any staff who required to work in hazardous areas.
- What is a Hazardous Area?
- What is the purpose of Hazardous Area Classification? (HAC)
- Why is Hazardous Area Classification important?
- How do you classify a Hazardous area?
- Factors of a safety case to consider (MHI Regulation)
- Competent Personnel
- Case Study
- Q&A Session
Attendees will be awarded with Certificate of Training in ‘Hazardous Area Classification’ issued by ATTS, Singapore
Please contact the Administrator – firstname.lastname@example.org for registration