Hot work - certification course
This course aims to provide those conducting hot work with the necessary knowledge and skills, and enable them to approach their work with an emphasis on safety.
The fire extinguishing exercise must have been completed in the last 24 months, or within three months of passing the course.
A confirmation of the completed fire extinguishing exercise must be sent to Trainor as soon as possible and no later than three months after passing the e-learning course.
After January 1st 2020, the safety regulations have been updated and these you will find attached here - it is important that the participants read this in addition to the course.
The course aims to give participants the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to carry out hot work safely.
All those who do hot work.
Examples of hot work include welding, cutting, grinding, angle grinding, soldering, roofing work involving an open flame or hot air equipment, and other open-flame work.
● Background for the certification requirements
● Reducing fire
● Public regulations and insurance company requirements
● Fire theory, including the fire triangle, flammability, rate of fire consumption, stages of fire, and fire development.
● Fire extinguishing methods
● First aid and how to be prepared
● Using gases
● Risk assessment
● Protective measures before starting hot work
● Fire watch
● Responsibilities associated with hot work
The course ends with a test. When you have passed the test, and we have received documentation from your Company that you have also completed training in fire extinguishing, we will issue you with a Hot Work certificate. Fire extinguishing training must have been completed during the last two years, or shortly after taking this course.
The certificate is valid in the Nordic area for five years, after which it must be renewed.
When you have completed the course and submitted proof of having completed a fire extinguishing exercise, you will be issued with an electronic certificate in the mobile app "Bvis" by the Norwegian Fire Prevention Association.
This course can be run on a computer, tablet or smartphone. If you are on a handheld device, we recommend that you are on a wireless broadband network.
Recommended bandwith is 1.5 Mbps. If you experience problems during the course we recommend using the web browser Google Chrome.
VAT is added. Please view general conditions for e-Learning Courses.