Electrical engineering courses

ELECTRICAL SAFETY AND HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION IN THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY

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CHAPTER 1: HAZARDS OF ELECTRICITY
1- HISTORY
2-IMPORTANCE OF GROUNDING 
3- GROUNDING CLASSIFICATION
4- EARTH, GROUND AND NEUTRAL
5- DEFINITIONS
6- CONDITIONS OF DANGER
7- HAZARD ANALYSIS
8- ELECTRIC SHOCK
9- AFFECTED BODY PARTS
10- WHY EARTHING?
11- GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTING METHODS
12- ELECTRICAL SAFETY MODEL
13- IP PROTECTION

CHAPTER 2: PROTECTIVE EARTHING
1- EARTHING PRINCIPLES
2- PROTECTIVE EARTHING EQUIPMENTS
3- SOIL RESISTIVITY
4- EARTH
5- GROUNDING ELECTRODES
6- EARTHING CONDUCTORS
7- EQUIPMENT GROUNDING
8- BONDING  
9- PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
10- METHODS FOR DECREASING EARTHING RESISTANCE
11- GROUND INSPECTION WELLS
12- SOFTWARE
13- GROUND RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS
14- PROTECTIVE GROUNDING OF POWER LINES

CHAPTER 3: ELECTRICAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT
1- INTRODUCTION
2- GENERAL INSPECTION AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT
3- FLASH AND THERMAL PROTECTION
4- HEAD AND EYE PROTECTION
5- RUBBER-INSULATING EQUIPMENT
6- HOT STICKS
7- INSULATED TOOLS
8- BARRIERS AND SIGNS
9- SAFETY TAGS, LOCKS, AND LOCKING DEVICES
10- VOLTAGE-MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
11- SAFETY GROUNDING EQUIPMENT
12- GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS
13- SAFETY ELECTRICAL ONE-LINE DIAGRAM
14- THE ELECTRICIAN'S SAFETY KIT

CHAPTER 4: FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE FIGHTING 
1- INTRODUCTION
2- TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
3- FUNDAMENTALS OF FIRE
4- INITIATION OF FIRES
5- CAUSES OF INITIATION OF FIRES
6- TYPES OF FIRES
7- FIRE-EXTINGUISHING TECHNIQUES
8- CLASS A FIRES
9- CLASS B FIRES
10- CLASS C FIRES
11- CLASS D FIRES
12- CLASS E FIRES
13- PREVENTION OF FIRE
14- FIRE RISK
15- FIRE PROTECTION AND LOSS PREVENTION
16- STEPS AFLER OCCURRENCE OF FIRE
17- FIRE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
18- LOCAL AND STATUTOLY REQUIREMENTS
19- PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
20- WATER FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
21- FOAM EXTINGUISHERS
22- DRY POWDER AND CARBON DI-OXIDE EXTINGUISHERS ...
23- HALON EXTINGUISHERS
24- WATER TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
25- SODA ACID TYPE-WATER EXTINGUISHERS
26- GAS PRESSURE TYPE WATER EXTINGUISHER
27- CONSTANT AIR PRESSURE TYPE WATER EXTINGUISHER ...
28- FOAM FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
29- DRY POWDER FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
30- GAS CARTRIDGE TYPE EXTINGUISHERS
31- CONSTRUCTION OF STORED PRESSURE TYPE EXTINGUISHER
32- CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
33- MAINTENANCE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
34- TYPES AND APPLICATIONS OF FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM ...
35- FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM
36- FIRE DETECTORS AND FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM
37- FIRE DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED WATER SPRAY SYSTEM
38- HIGH PRESSURE WATER SPRAY AND SPRINKLER SYSTEM
39- FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEM
40- TRANSFORMER WATER SPRAY SYSTEM
41- PROTECTION AGAINST SPREADING OF FIRE
42- OIL SUMP FOR TRANSFORMERS AND OIL FILLED REACTORS
43- CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2 ) AND HALON GAS SCHEMES
44- FOAM SCHEME

CHAPTER 5: SAFETY DURING INSTALLATION AND MAITENANCE OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
1- INTRODUCTION
2- PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS
3- PRECONDITIONS FOR START OF INSTALLATION WORK
4- SAFE SEQUENCE DURING INSTALLATION
5- RISKS DURING INSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
6- SAFETY DOCUMENTATION FOR INSTALLATION
7- SAFETY ASPECTS DURING INSTALLATION
8- FIELD QUALITY AND SAFETY DURING ERECTION
9- PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR ERECTION PERSONNEL

CHAPTER 6: ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN HAZARDOUS AREAS
1- Introduction
2- Hazardous Zones Class 0, 1 and 2
3- Sparks Flashovers and Corona Discharge Associated with Electrical Equipment and Plants
4- Functional Requirements and Specifications of Electric Plants, Equipments for Hazardous Locations
5- Classification of Equipment Enclosure for Various Hazardous Gases and Vapours
6- Classification of Equipment/Enclosures for Hazardous Locations
-Flameproof Equipment/Enclosures
-Increased Safety Equipments/Enclosures
-Non Sparking Equipment/Enclosure
-Additional Provisions in Installations
-Pressurised Equipments/Enclosures
-Intrinsically Safe Equipment
-Oil Immersed Equipment
-Sand Filled Installation

CHAPTER 7: ACCIDENT PREVENTION, ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, RESCUE, AND FIRST AID
1- ACCIDENT PREVENTION
2- FIRST AID
3- RESCUE TECHNIQUES
4- ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

CHAPTER 8: SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
1- INTRODUCTION
2- ELECTRICAL SAFETY PROGRAM STRUCTURE
3- ELECTRICAL SAFETY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
4- EMPLOYEE ELECTRICAL SAFETY TEAMS
5- SAFETY MEETINGS
6- OUTAGE REPORTS
7- SAFETY AUDITS

Trainees shall receive a portfolio containing a comprehensive course manual.

Attendees shall receive a certificate of attendance from AMAD Tech.