Hazardous Locations Bundle
This comprehensive package bundles our three most popular and informative hazardous locations programs into a single registration. This 3 day program includes all content and materials from our Hazardous Locations – Basics of Global Hazardous Locations Requirements; our Hazardous Locations – Global Market Access ATEX Directives, IECEx, and Beyond, and our Hazardous Locations – Intrinsic Safety Design Fundamentals programs. Take all three programs and save over individual course registrations.
The topics covered in this course are:
- How areas become classified and why hazardous locations are classified
- The terminology associated with area classifications, including Classes, Groups, Divisions, Zone, temperature classes, protection methods, and more.
- Examples of area classifications.
- North American and international protection techniques for Divisions and Zones
- How to select the appropriate standard to meet certification requirements
- What products need to be certified and how to work with third parties to obtain those certifications.
- Wiring methods and other installation concerns covered by the NEC ®, CEC and basic international requirements
- ATEX Directive and Markings
- EC Declaration of Conformity
- Unit Verification
- Product Quality Assurance Notification
- Technical Files
- Certificate Options
- IECEx System
- Quality Assessment Reports
- INMETRO System for Brazil
- HazLoc Certification in many other countries
- Apparatus construction
- Components on which intrinsic safety depends
- Infallible components, infallible assemblies of components and infallible connections
- Diode safety barriers
- Type verification and tests
- Comparison of Division 1 and Zone 0 requirements
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Define the terminology associated with Division and Zone-classified hazardous locations as used in North America and Zone-classified locations as used in the international community
- Distinguish between Division and Zone classified locations
- Understand the concepts behind each protection method employed in hazardous locations equipment design
- Understand what equipment needs to be third-party certified and how to obtain certifications
- Identify Hazardous Locations product markings
- Understand NEC ® and Canadian Electrical Code installation requirements for Hazardous Locations equipment, as well as the basics of international installation requirements.
- Discuss the European Compliance System
- Communicate the ATEX Directive requirements for product certification
- Communicate the manufacturer’s responsibilities for ATEX-certified equipment
- Discuss the IECEx System
- Discuss the differences between ATEX and the IECEx Scheme
- Discuss the Acceptance of ATEX and IECEx Test Reports and Certifications
- Communicate the ATEX and IECEx requirements for quality system certification
- Communicate the requirements for INMETRO certifications for Brazil
- Discuss the basic requirements for certifying hazardous locations equipment in many additional countries around the globe
- Identify intrinsic safety concepts
- Navigate international standards on intrinsic safety
- Apply the requirements for “protective” components
- Interpret fault analysis and fault counting
- Design according to international conformity assessment procedures
- R&D engineers
- Product designers
- Safety engineers
- Jurisdictional authorities
- Government regulatory staff
- Field engineers and other staff involved in using equipment in hazardous locations
- Salespeople focused on the European market
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