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Industry Leading Electrical Courses

Hazardous Area Responsibilities

The plant owner has numerous responsibilities related to hazardous areas. These responsibilities are stated in AS/NZS 60079.2017 book 14 and 17, and include: Ensuring that systems are in place so that all hazardous areas are…

Glanding-&-Reporting

Occupational Health And Safety

Faulty hazardous area electrical installations have the potential to cause a major catastrophe on a facility. Each state and territory have their own Occupational Health and Safety Act. As of 2019 the legislation is administered…

What Our EEHA Course Covers

In this blog, we expand on what the Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Area (EEHA) course covers.  The EEHA course is designed to provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to undertake electrical work in…

The Fire Triangle

The Fire Triangle

A basic knowledge of the nature of fire is needed to assist in the understanding of how explosion-protection techniques make electrical equipment safe for use in hazardous areas. For an explosion or fire to occur…