The course provides participants with sufficient in-depth
understanding of electrical installations in hazardous areas to enable them to
carry out installation and maintenance work in a safe and professional manner.
Participants will become familiar with the contents of the applicable Ex regulations,
standards and guidelines.
In order to be considered adequately qualified to work independently on electrical installations in hazardous areas, participants must be able to document practical training in addition to theoretical study. Practical training may be carried out at the participant’s current workplace.
Basic Ex skills and knowledge are necessary for those wishing to take more advanced courses. Ex basic provides the necessary background for classroom courses within Exi basic, Ex maintenance, Ex authorization course and Exi for planning personnel.
√ Learn about Explosive atmosphere
√ Get the knowledge of hazardous zone classification
√ Lean about the gas explosive features and the equipment groups
√ Understand the logic of EX protection
√ Well know the types of the EX protection equipment
√ Know how to identify the EX markings.
√ Get the knowledge of the EX standards
√ Well know some common EX equipment, such as motor, cable etc.
Target: The course is designed for electricians, automation technicians and others who work with or plan electrical systems in hazardous areas
Aiming Profession: Oil & Gas Chemical, Metallurgy etc.
Module1: Ex philosophy
Module2: Ex protection equipment
Module4: Standards and regulations
Module5: Ex motors
Module6: Cables, glands and terminations