Safety Training Index
Courses covering gas explosion hazards on offshore (and onshore) facilities. It addresses all aspects of hazards associated with vapour cloud explosions (VCEs): ignition processes, release and dispersion, explosion mechanisms, blast loads and modelling of all these aspects.
These training courses have been offered around the world including Norway, UK, USA and Malaysia. These courses can broadly be divided into:
GexCon offers many training courses around the world (basic and advanced) covering the use of the CFD code FLACS for modelling ventilation, dispersion and explosion processes. Course details as well as a list of upcoming courses is given below:
A unique training course for obtaining a full understanding of the phenomenon of explosions, what effects and consequences can be expected, how to become compliant with relevant regulations while delivering a sound basis of safety to protect personnel and equipment as much as possible.
The training will benefit those who are responsible for industrial premises that fall under the DSEAR(UK) / ATEX (EU) regulations, engineers who are responsible for designing new process plants and maintaining existing installations and OEM's who are required to design equipment and processes according to the ATEX directive.
These courses are regularly offered in both UK and Norway but we it is also possible to offer them in other parts of the word.
GexCon also offers courses related to dust explosion hazards on process facilities. We also have our own dust explosion test laboratory and have a wide-ranging experience in both testing and simulations of problems related to dust explosions. The courses may cover: (1) Dust properties, (2) Explosion modelling, (3) Preventive Measures, (4) Ignition Sources, (5) Mitigation/Protective Measures, (6) Process Hazard Analysis, (7) Legislation and Standards, (8) Accidents & (9) Case Studies.
This is a one-day course that is aimed at those new to the discipline of Asset Management and those wishing to learn some of the fundamental concepts involved. The course is based upon modern Asset Management theory drawing from the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management, the Institute of Asset Management and using the ISO 55000:2014 Asset Management framework as a guide. This course provides an introduction into Asset Management and the benefits an organisation can achieve by adopting a holistic Asset Management approach.
If the course that you are looking is the upcoming course for next year or is not available on our course list yet, you can submit the request form to reserve the seat.
We will add your contact as wish list and will get in touch when the course is open for registration.