Flammability

E-Learning: Products Hazards - Prevention & Operating Precautions

SEC/SECO2-E

Who should attend?

  • This e-learning module take place within a development path regarding safety in plant operation.
  • These modules are integrated into some of our Blended Learning courses but can also be followed independently.
  • For any information please contact us at the following address: contact@ifptraining.com.
Audience :
  • All industrial plant staff faced with products hazards.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • COMBUSTION PHENOMENON

      • Combustion definition.
      • Elements necessary to achieve combustion.
      • Gaseous, liquid and solid combustible materials.
      • Oxidizers: oxygen in the air and strong oxidizers.
  • IGNITION SOURCES 1 CONSEQUENCES OF A COMBUSTION

      • Ignition sources: energy required level.
      • Different ignition sources available on a plant: flames, static electricity, self-ignition temperature, sparks, pyrophoric products…
      • Possible consequences of a combustion.
  • PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST PRODUCT HAZARDS CLASSIFICATION

      • Action on one of the three elements from the fire triangle.
      • Explosimeter operating principles.
      • ATEX area: definition and precautions associated.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • describe inflammation mechanism,
  • identify potential ignition sources,
  • recommend relevant preventive measures.