EX Plant Designers Course

EX Plant Designers Course

An EX Designers Course that covers ATEX, IECEx & NEC Codes

Course Synopsis
This two day course is and introduction to Ex Design for global markets and is aimed at plant, system and equipment designers who are required to build EX skids, assemblies and plant (ATEX 95, ATEX 137, DSEAR, IECEx and NEC505 ). ATEX is used as the baseline for this training as it has (in the majority of cases) the most onerous requirements for equipment manufacturers, covering not just electrical equipment, but non-electrical equipment and even safe area safety systems. The differences with other major codes (IECEx, NEC505 and even NEC500 – Division 1 and 2) will be addressed on the course so that ‘global’ specifications and design can be achieved.
This course meets the required knowledge requirements specified in IEC/EN60079-14 for hazardous area plant, system and assembly designers and project engineers but is not assessed. For competence certification, we recommend the CompEx Ex 12 Designers Course (1 week). This course is an ideal introduction/foundation for people considering taking the Ex 12 qualification.
Why Our EX Designers Course?
The ATEX Designers Course is run by a former ATEX Notified Body owner with 25 years experience with ‘Ex’ and ATEX Design and Certification. The presenter has completed thousands of ATEX projects including prototype design, manufacture and problem solving. As the presenter is a ‘practitioner’, we can teach you how to design and document effectively using certified equipment, self-certification and risk assessment.
The Presenter
The EX Designers Course presenter is a Chartered Engineer with 25 years experience in this field and is one of the UK’s leading experts in this field. As a former ATEX Notified Body owner and current practitioner in this field (with Ex Design experience), you can be assured that the content is relevant and applied with a practical bias.

EX Designers Course Outline

  • The role of Ex Designers
  • What is ATEX (legal, technical and terminology)
  • The EHSR’s and the relationship with CE Marking
  • The relationship with IECEx and NEC500/505
  • Selecting design scope for application
  • Risk Assessment, Classification and Hazard Identification
  • Protection and Mitigation of ignition
  • Electrical Protection Concepts for design
  • Non-electrical design and certification
  • Safety systems, protective systems and SIL
  • Certification & Documentation
  • Quality Control, updates and variations  

Target Audience
Design and Project Engineers (electrical and mechanical)
Cost: £695 + VAT per person, includes lunch & refreshments.  Courses are limited to classes of 10 for effective interaction
Dates: 13th – 14th January, 17th – 18th June and 4th – 5th November 2015
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