Dear SLP Members and Friends,
We are pleased to announce the following:
|Date||Friday, 10 January 2020|
|Time||0900hr - 1700hr|
|Venue||Singapore Polytechnic Graduates’ Guild
1010 Dover Rd Gate 4
|Fee||SLP Members and Two Corporate Nominees |
SIT / e2i Members
|$270.00 nett per person|
|Non-Members||$320.00 nett per person|
|Group Discount - for registration of 3 or more participants from the same company, a 10% discount will apply.|
• Buffet Lunch and Refreshments
• Hardcopy Presentation notes and e-Presentation file (Upon Completion)
• E-Certificate of Attendance
|Course Speaker||Mr. Lim Kee Huat, Manager and Principal Engineer, Cassia Pte. Ltd.
|Objective||This course aims to develop engineers and engineering practitioners in their competencies with regard to hazardous area classification and the impact on process areas from flammable fluids. The professionals will be able to interpret and produce hazardous area classification documentation. They can assess the suitability of equipment located in explosive atmospheres.|
|Synopsis||Principles in fire and explosion towards safety and protection are introduced. It provides the application and interpretation of hazardous area classification based on different codes and standards. Hazardous area classification concepts, methodology and technique are presented together with process equipment hazardous area radii. Ventilation in open and enclosed areas and their effectiveness are addressed. Product certification and equipment markings are addressed. Fire and explosion incidents and preventive measures are reviewed.|
|Target participants||HSE & safety professionals; electrical, instrument, mechanical and engineers of other disciplines; operation and production practitioners; supervisors and managers.|
|• 6 SDU points by WHS-CPD Board, 3 FSM-CPD points by SCDF and qualified for 6 PDUs by PEB
• E-Certificates of Attendance will be issued to all attendees upon completion.
|Closing Date||02 January 2020|
|0830-0900||Registration with Light Breakfast|
|0900-0915||Welcome and Introduction|
|0915-0945||Principles of Fire & Explosion in safety and protection of people, environment & assets.|
|0945-1030||Application & interpretation of the relevant codes and standards: API, ATEX, BS, EI, FM, IEC, IECEx, ISO, NEC, NFPA, SS, UL. Division / Zone hazardous area classification.|
|1045-1115||Hazardous area classification concepts, methodology and technique. Class and category of petroleum and flammable fluids. Flash point, ignition source & temperature, minimum ignition energy, LEL, UEL. Source, grade and buoyancy of release.|
|1115-1200||Determine process equipment / accessories hazardous areas: compressors, launchers, receivers, piping, PRVs, pumps, separators, sumps, tanks, vents.|
|1300-1340||Importance and effect of ventilation on hazardous area classification. Natural or artificial mechanical ventilation, ventilation flowrates. Positive or negative pressure, and design target for flammable atmosphere in enclosed area, battery room, laboratory. Fire & Gas detection system.|
|1340-1430||Produce hazardous area classification schedule and drawings for the open and enclosed areas in a plant.|
|1445-1545||Product certification and Directive / Standards markings for protection of electrical equipment and mechanical protection concepts in explosive / flammable atmospheres. Gas group, temperature class.|
|1545-1630||Discussion and review of flammable fluids fire and explosion incidents, and preventive measures.|
|1630-1700||Q & A|
As seats are limited, registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please kindly reply to Penny Pan at email@example.com with the following information before 02 January 2020.
For enquiries, please e-mail Ms Penny Pan at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to your participation.