ATEX Level 0: fundamentals of ATEX rules and principles
€380.00 excl. VAT
Héloïse Gennart has worked for more than 10 years in risk management, more specifically on the explosion risk. She is experienced in risk analysis, has prepared Explosion Protection Documents, and has carried out safety audits on existing installations. For several years, as part of ATEX studies, Héloïse has audited and adapted working procedures for lead-acid battery installations. Her expertise has extended to lithium-ion batteries and developing safety guidelines for energy storage systems.
At an industrial site where an explosive atmosphere (ATEX) could occur, the operator is responsible for ensuring worker safety. This includes not only adapting the site’s design to reduce risks, but also installing ATEX equipment and removing potential ignition sources.
Unfortunately, no matter how good the design is, inadequate installation or maintenance can alter ATEX equipment characteristics, and lack of knowledge on the part of the personnel involved can lead to hazardous conditions.
To assure safety, it is essential for everyone to respect the specific rules relating to ATEX zones and that maintenance and installation conform to ATEX standards.
To achieve this, every worker must undergo job-specific training. Our training courses are certified ISM-ATEX by INERIS and are aimed at those engaged in installation design, as well as maintenance staff, operators and supervisors.
- What is an explosion?
- General information about ATEX: industrial risk, legal obligations
- Setting fires and explosions: LIE, LSE, EMI, Kst, Kg, Pmax
- Ignition mechanisms: friction, static electricity, impacts, overheating
- European directives: Directive 2014/34/EU guidelines, marking equipment, related documents, zoning
- Overview of modes of protection ATEX equipment: What do I need to know?
- ATEX zone intervention rules: general rules, tools, protective clothing.
All workers in ATEX zones.
Please note that the mentioned dates are subject to change if the required number of participants is not met. If interested in the training courses but the proposed dates do not suit your schedule and would like to be enrolled on a waiting list, or if you would like a dedicated session for your team (on-demand), please get in contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The course will be delivered in a LIVE-CLASSROOM format. Participants will be receiving the course presentation and Laborelec Academy issued attendance diploma.