IOSH Explosion Safety Management - Chris Mee Group

IOSH Explosion Safety Management

IOSH Explosion Safety Management – Intro course

IOSH Explosion Safety Management Course Details

• To give attendees an understanding of health and safety responsibilities with regard to explosion hazards
• To give delegates an understanding of the EU ATEX directives 94/9/EC and 99/92/EC (100a and 137) and understand how to comply with them in the workplace
• To give attendees an understanding of hazardous area classification, ATEX risk assessments and the preparation of an explosion protection document.
Duration: 1-Day
Participants: Up to 12 participants

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Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Venue Date Price
Cork- Little Island 2019 Training Dates

February 8th, 15th 22nd

€290 per person Securely Book Online Now
Dublin – Ballymount D24 2019 Training Dates

March 21st, 28th & April 4th

€290 per person  Securely Book Online Now

Who Is This Course Intended For?

Those who manage explosion risks on site or wish to increases their awareness of explosion safety



Course Objectives

• Outline the requirements of the ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU and 99/92/EC (100a and 137)
• Explain why management of explosive materials is necessary and give a background to historical explosions.
• Outline the requirements for employers to achieve compliance and detail examples of organisational and technical controls.
• Explain flammability data and flammable atmospheres
• Explain how hazardous areas are identified and zoned
• Explain the steps in an ATEX risk assessment
• Describe how to select equipment for ATEX zones
• Outline the contents of an Explosion Protection Document


Written Test

Course Programme

• Introduction and course objectives
• ATEX Directives
• Explosions – Why manage?
• ATEX awareness
• What is an explosion and pressure effects
• Flammable atmospheres and ignition sources
• Physical characteristics
• Vapour clouds and explosion
• Explosion characteristics of dusts and liquids
• Introduction to explosion risk assessment
• Ignition sources
• Ignition risk assessment (Mechanical)
• Hazardous area classification zoning and the impact of ventilation
• Hazardous area zones for dusts and solvents
• Organisational control measures
• Technical control measures
• Selecting equipment for explosive atmospheres
• Explosion protection document
• ATEX identification

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