Are you an employer? (Manufacturing or Engineering Consulting company or Industrial Automation supplier or a Contracting Company)
You know that it's YOUR responsibility to train your employees... So what are your options?
You could ignore training requirements opening yourself up to MASSIVE liabilities if your employees are injured or killed on the job or you lose some of your plant assets to fires and explosions...You could be out of business... Or even worse... Almost instantaneously...
You could pay thousands of dollars to send employees to live training workshops, or several hundreds of dollars on study guides, books and courses...
OR you can buy this interactive training course that has proven to be the fastest and easiest way for employees to learn... And RETAIN... Information about this important subject.
We make the learning process fun and easy. Our e-learning course is full of graphics and animations/ simulations that are entertaining to watch, incredibly simple to understand, and provide the fastest and easiest way to learn everything you need to know about this complex subject..when you go through the program, Hazardous Area Instrumentation will no longer appear complex.
We'll Teach You Everything You Need To Know regarding this... And We'll Make It More Fun To Learn, Easier To Understand, And More Cost Effective Than Any Other Training Solution... Guaranteed!
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Just for your information, here are some of the accidents in the news...reported and investigated by the Chemical Safety Board. Directly related to lack of knowledge about hazardous areas.
Imperial Sugar, Georgia, USA, 2009
Massive combustible dust explosion at the Imperial Sugar Works in Savannah, Georgia. Dust explosions can be caused by improper understanding of hazardous areas, which not only include areas that can have flammable and explosive vapors, but also dusts, such as metal dust, sugar dust or even sawdust.
Sterigenics, Ontario, CA, 2004 The Ethylene Oxide, used in the plant triggered an explosion. Ethylene Oxide is not only toxic but highly explosive and the investigation determined that one of the main reasons for the accident was lack of proper explosion protection and hazardous area classification.
Danvers, Massachusetts, USA, 2006
Massive explosion at an ink processing plant causes destruction of plant as well as surrounding homes, injuring many residents of surrounding areas. Cause? Lack of understanding of the role that proper ventilation plays in hazardous areas.
The list goes on and on.....
Let's face it, you probably don't wake up in the morning excited about getting started with Classified areas or technical training... It's not the most fun subject in the world to learn about...
But our software based training course, has completely revolutionized the training experience...
It's fun to use, it only takes a few hours, it teaches you everything you need to know, and you'll retain the information much better than you would from reading books or sitting in a classroom, because if a Picture is worth a thousand words, then an animation is worth a thousand pictures. Some of the included animations and simulations included here, you will not find anywhere else e.g. what happens when a spark triggers an explosion in an explosionproof junction box? Or how does a threaded connection help in cooling gases before they escape? See it happen in front of your eyes via amazing simulations!
Don't understand something? No problem, you can retake certain parts as many times as you need to.
Have trouble learning from books or in a classroom environment? No problem, our proprietary software makes learning easier than ever before...
Do you need training, and don't have thousands of dollars to spend on expensive courses or text books? This is the perfect solution...
See below for a snippet of what kind of things you will get when you buy this course today.
Animations & Simulations
A picture is worth a thousand words and an animation is worth a thousand pictures! This e-learning XPRTU software has plenty of animations and simulations that explain key concepts in an easy to understand way. For example take a look at the animation below, which shows the concept of the Fire Triangle. Please note that this is a low resolution screengrab, the actual animation is much better.
Real Life Examples
The course has real life examples from actual projects and operating plants/ installations that give you a step by step method to do work related to Hazardous Areas. For example, here's an example from the section on Intrinsic Safety.
Example: This example is given as a guideline, to demonstrate how an Intrinsically Safe loop is designed. We have to implement an open loop (tag No TI-101) for temperature measurement, consisting of a thermocouple and a temperature transmitter, using the principles of Intrinsic Safety. The Safe area equipment which will be connected to this is a DCS. The Thermocouple is mounted in a thermowell on a process reactor. This reactor is located in a hazardous area classified as Zone 1, Group II A, T4.
Do you know how to do this? Learn it in the course.
Animations & Simulations
Here's another sample of the superb animations in the Abhisam Hazardous Area Instrumentation e-learning course. Note that this is also a low resolution screen capture clip, the actual animation in the full version of the course is much better. It is so easy to understand concepts with well made animations, isn't it? No other training course out there offers you all this!
Self Assessment Test
After you complete all the modules in the training program, you can take the Self Assessment Test which enables you to gauge your own understanding of the subject. This also acts as a mock test, before you take the online Certification Exam. Here's a screenshot of one of the Questions.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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