Trainor's digital forum for professionals in electrical safety has been a great success. Now, an international version is being launched, specifically tailored to those working in hazardous areas.
"Being able to assess the risks of working in hazardous areas is important. The need for knowledge is increasing. By launching this forum and making our expertise digitally accessible, we are enabling more people to get direct answers to their questions from our experts," said Morten Aasen at Trainor.
Providing answers to professionals' inquiries
With over 1.2 million annual visits to the Norwegian forum, there are high expectations for the international launch. The aim is to establish this as a professional forum where those working in hazardous areas can ask questions about anything related to their tasks, big or small.
"Whether you have questions about protective methods, equipment categories, Ex-marking, potential ignition sources, or more overarching topics like the ATEX directive, explosion hazards associated with dust, norms, and regulations, this is an open space to get answers to what you're wondering about," Aasen further explained.
A source of knowledge
Trainor's own experts will be answering the questions, and they actively participate as moderators, provide specific answers, and provide information throughout the discussions. When a discussion is completed or a question is answered, everything will remain openly accessible to the public. This way, the forum will also be highly useful in the long run.
"Over time, the forum will serve as an archive and knowledge database where you can search and find answers to your questions," Aasen described the long-term potential.
Trainor's international expertise and experience, in collaboration with authorities and some of the world's largest companies, are essential for the success of such a forum.
"Rules and directives vary depending on where in the world you operate. Those responding in the forum have extensive international experience and work closely with authorities and industry organizations. Therefore, forum participants can trust the answers they receive, knowing that they come directly from leading industry experts," concluded Aasen.
The international forum has been launched, and you can find it here.