This course will provide an understanding of the background, rationale and purpose of IGEM/SR/2 Edition 2 –
Hazardous area classification of natural gas installations.
This course will be delivered in two, three-hour sessions delivered on 20 & 21 October.
- An understanding of the causes of explosions, ignition sources and thermal hazards
- A grasp of consequence and risk analysis - An understanding of legislation and its application - An insight into the practical application of IGEM/SR/25
- Overview of IGEM/SR/25 and basic concepts underpinning the standard
- Legislation and standards including DSEAR - History, scope, definitions and design principles - Zoning (out of doors, enclosures and pits) - Good and bad practice - Sample drawings - Case study worked examples
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for all those who may be asked to carry out hazardous area classification as part of a DSEAR assessment including process safety and health and safety practitioners.
Please note we highly recommend that if you attend this course you leave a period of time before booking the SR/25 Practitioner workshop to allow you sufficient time to become familiar with the calculator.