Ex basic refresher
When you are working with electrical installations in hazardous areas you must regulary refresh your knowledge. In this course you get the updates you need.
|21||21. May 2019||Bergen||5||5 400,-|
|25||18. Jun 2019||Stavanger||0||5 400,-|
|35||27. Aug 2019||Tønsberg||2||5 400,-|
|39||24. Sep 2019||Stavanger||2||5 400,-|
|42||15. Oct 2019||Bergen||5||5 400,-|
|45||05. Nov 2019||Tønsberg||4||5 400,-|
|48||26. Nov 2019||Stavanger||4||5 400,-|
We can also set up courses for your company.
The authorities set as a requirement that you should be updated on the professional development within the disciplines you perform work. In this course, the participants theoretical knowledge about Ex equipment and installations in explosive hazardous areas will be updated, so that the work with such facilities can be carried out in a safe and professional manner according to current requirements.
After completion of the training, the participant should have updated his theoretical knowledge about requirements for electrical equipment and installations in explosive hazardous areas.
The course provides a general rehearsal of essential topics from the basic education, and a review of professional changes that have been carried out in the field of study in recent years. Participants should also know which regulations and standards apply to electrical equipment and installations in explosive hazardous areas, and the latest changes in these.
Electro and instrument tehnicians and engineers and other personnel, who works in, or designs electrical installations for use in, explosive hazardous areas, and needs an update of their competency according to current regulations.
● Ex philosophy
● Ex types of protection
● Ex marking - ATEX and IEC/CENELEC
● Ex installation requirements - EN 60079-14 (NEK420), IEC 61892-7 and NORSOK
● Current regulations and standards
● Requirement changes in regulations and standards
This course requires that you have completed an extensive Ex basic training program, and it is recommended that it is maximum 5 years since such training or refresher course was last completed.
According to guidelines from Norwegain Oil and Gas (059) and IFEA's literature list the course should be updated at least every five years.