This course is now fully booked. The next one will take place on 12 and 13 October - find out more here.
This one-day course will provide an understanding of the background, rationale and purpose of IGEM/SR/25 Edition 2 – Hazardous area classification of natural gas installations.
The course will be delivered in two, three-hour sessions on 12 and 13 May.
•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
•Introduction to the SR/25 calculator
•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.