Hazardous Areas – Courses

Hazardous Areas - Courses

Course Code:

Classification

UEENEEM052A – Classify Hazardous Areas – Gas Atmospheres
UEENEEM053A – Classify Hazardous Areas – Dust Atmospheres

Design

UEENEEM075A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems – Coal mining
UEENEEM057A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – Gas atmospheres
UEENEEM058A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – Dust atmospheres

Plan

UEENEEM054A – Plan electrical installations in hazardous areas – Gas Atmospheres
UEENEEM055A – Plan electrical installations in hazardous areas – Dust Atmospheres

Prerequisites:

All pre-requisite competencies are included as part of the course

UEENEEE015B – Develop design briefs for electro technology projects
UEENEEE071B – Write specifications for electrical engineering projects

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

5 days

Description

Completion of the Hazardous Area Classification and Design Course will provide a person with the nationally recognised competencies required by a person conducting activities associated with the Classification of Hazardous Areas, or the Design of Explosion Protected Electrical Installations for Hazardous Areas.

Importantly, Techserve’s course includes the pre-requisite competencies, which a person must hold, in order for a Statement of Attainment to be provided on successful course completion.

The course contains aspects such as Legislation and Australian Standards; Principles of Explosion Protection Techniques; Certification Schemes & Equipment Certifications; Classification principles and procedures; Groups & Zones; Substance Parameters; Sources of Release; Impact of Ventilation on Extent of Zones; Zoning Plans & Drawings; Design Briefs and Technical Specifications; Design Principles; Design Standards; selection of components, wiring systems, & protection devices; practical exercises and theory assessment.

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Course Code:

UEENEEM035A Conduct a Conformity Assessment of Explosion Protected Equipment – Coal Mining
UEENEEM036A Conduct a Conformity Assessment of Explosion Protected Equipment – Gasses
UEENEEM037A Conduct a Conformity Assessment of Explosion Protected Equipment – Dusts

Prerequisites:

Pre-requisite competency is included as part of the course.

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

5 days

Description

This course covers the assessment of the certification documentation of explosion-protected equipment with a certificate of conformity other than an IECEx, ANZEx or AUS Ex Certificate and producing a conformity assessment document which could allow the equipment to be used for Group II or Group III.

It encompasses skills and knowledge to examine and compare document content, compare requirements of IEC or AS/NZS standards with alternative standards on which the original certification was based, knowledge of explosion-protection techniques and technical report writing.

It is applicable to Group I for assessing:

  • The conformity of equipment to a specific standard
  • Assessing equipment certified to a previous standard, for conformity to a current standard

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Course Code:

The Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas course is a Competency cluster of the following:

UEENEEM080A – Report on the integrity of explosion-protected equipment in hazardous areas
UEENEEM019A – Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas – Coal Mining
UEENEEM020A – Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas – Gasses
UEENEEM021A – Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas – Dusts
UEENEEM022A – Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas – Pressurisation
UEENEEM023A – Install Explosion Protected Equipment & Wiring Systems – Coal Mining
UEENEEM024A – Install Explosion Protected Equipment & Wiring Systems – Gasses
UEENEEM025A – Install Explosion Protected Equipment & Wiring Systems – Dusts
UEENEEM026A – Install Explosion Protected Equipment & Wiring Systems – Pressurisation
UEENEEM027A – Maintain equipment in hazardous areas – Coal Mining
UEENEEM028A – Maintain equipment in hazardous areas – Gasses
UEENEEM029A – Maintain equipment in hazardous areas – Dusts
UEENEEM030A – Maintain equipment in hazardous areas – Pressurisation
UEENEEM038A – Conduct Testing of Hazardous Area Installations – Coal Mining
UEENEEM039A – Conduct Testing of Hazardous Area Installations – Gasses
UEENEEM040A – Conduct Testing of Hazardous Area Installations – Dusts
UEENEEM041A – Conduct Testing of Hazardous Area Installations – Pressurisation
UEENEEM042A – Conduct Close Visual Inspection of Existing Hazardous Area Installations
UEENEEM043A – Conduct Detailed Inspection of Hazardous Area Installations – Coal Mining
UEENEEM044A – Conduct Detailed Inspection of Hazardous Area Installations – Gasses
UEENEEM045A – Conduct Detailed Inspection of Hazardous Area Installations – Dusts
UEENEEM046A – Conduct Detailed Inspection of Hazardous Area Installations – Pressurisation

Prerequisites:

All pre-requisite competencies are included as part of the course

UEENEEG122A – Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations
UEENEEG123A – Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

5 days

Description

This course covers the competencies required by tradespersons, supervisors or engineers whose job function involves the installation, maintenance and inspection of explosion protected electrical, electronic, and instrumentation equipment associated with Groups I, II, & III hazardous areas.

The course, provided by Techserve, includes the specified pre-requisite competencies which are required to enable a student to receive a Statement of Attainment for the competencies to conduct detailed inspections

At a client’s request, and particularly when providing courses on site, we contextualise this course to be more relevant to the specific group fundamentals of your workplace.

Additionally it is possible with prior negotiation to incorporate site specific policies and procedures into the training.

The course provides comprehensive training in the skills and knowledge required by a student, enabling them to:

  • Attend to breakdowns in hazardous areas
  • Install explosion protected equipment and wiring systems
  • Maintain equipment in hazardous areas
  • Conduct testing of hazardous area installations
  • Conduct close visual inspection of existing hazardous area installations
  • Conduct detailed inspection of existing hazardous area Installations
  • Report on the integrity of explosion protected equipment in a hazardous area

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Course Code:

Prerequisites:

Student to provide copy of EEHA Competencies attained within the legislated time frame.

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

2 days

Description

Techserve’s EEHA Refresher courses cover all aspects of the full EEHA competency units’ requirements. The refresher is examined utilising the full EEHA theory assessments. This ensures all aspect of the EEHA competencies are thoroughly refreshed and assessed.

Because we utilise full theory assessment, students who hold previous versions of the EEHA competencies have the ability to be issued Statements of Attainment for the current competencies by providing evidence of skills currency. Contact Techserve for relevant information.

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