Do you sometimes work in potentially hazardous areas? Is the equipment you're using certified for where it's being used? How do you read the marking plate? Are you up to date on the latest developments in Ex-markings for electricians? Ex-equipment markings can be confusing, but this is an area where it's vital you stay updated. This is why we have created a new course explaining the markings on Ex equipment in a way you can easily understand.
This new course on Ex-equipment markings for electricians tackles familiar difficulties in familiar situations. The course ensures you remember what you learn more easily, and it feels more relevant and engaging than other digital courses.
Tailored for electricians, automators, engineers, engineering personnel, manufacturers and suppliers of Ex-equipment, this course is digital, and as you go through it you will need to answer practical exercises. Are you ready Click here.
Ex-equipment markings can be complicated, but this is an area where it's vital you stay up to date. If you are doing electrical work in potentially hazardous areas, you must have the knowledge and skills needed to do the job safely. Both for your own safety and that of those around you.
This means you must stay updated on what Ex-equipment markings actually mean. We can help you learn this here.
It's a very useful course. Clear explanation and good animation. Now I know how to read the marking plate according to ATEX and IECEx. Highly recommend it.
Do you sometimes need to work in potentially hazardous areas? Then you need the right expertise. You need to know the equipment you are using is certified for the area where it's going to be used or installed.
This information is given on the equipment's marking plate, but there are frequent revisions to the standards for how the equipment needs to be marked. In this course on Ex-equipment markings for electricians you learn about the most recent standards, and much more.
How to read a marking plate; electrical protection types; the certificate reference; markings following the IEC standard and the ATEX directive. You will also be given an introduction to markings on mechanical equipment, a short history of marking standards, and markings on associated equipment and associated apparatus.
Where in the world you work determines which directives and standards apply. This is why we offer two versions of the course. Both courses are available in two languages – Norwegian and English.
E-learning is straight-forward, safe, simple and effective. Electricians are often on the move, but you can learn about Ex- equipment markings anywhere and at any time.