This practical hands-on workshop will give you a better understanding of your day to day dealings with pressure regulating installations. It will provide a comprehensive review of the content, scope and application of IGEM/TD/13.
Crucial gas safety guidance in the design, repair and maintenance of pressure regulating installations
Awareness of the relationship between legislation, regulation and standards
Engagement in practical exercises to reinforce and consolidate what has been learned
Emphasis of the correct use of industry standards
Scope of IGEM/TD/13
Understanding pressure terms, fluctuations
Clarity for design and pressure boundaries
Compliance and design principles:
• Safe isolation
• Pipework sizing
• Safety devices
• Pressure & flow control
• Gas Cleaning
• Heating of gas
Practical exercises, group discussions and worked examples
Who should attend?
Individuals managing the design, installation, commissioning, decommissioning and maintenance of pressure regulating installations.
Operatives, managers, supervisors from the following areas:
Operations, HSE, Compliance, Network Design and Modification, Maintenance & Repair
Treforest training centre
The facilities at Treforest Centre provide a unique training environment. On site classrooms, a purpose built indoor 'street' which includes terraced houses, a detached property, 2-storey flats and a large training and assessment area offering a 'hands on' training experience.
The dedicated practical area housing a number of mock skid units and AGI's complements the theory sessions of the above course