This course emphasises that the purpose of Process Isolations is to prevent harm to personnel, plant and the environment from the unintended or unplanned release of energy and/or hazardous products from systems during service or maintenance activities. This course is suitable for any candidate requiring an understanding of process, electrical and mechanical isolations.
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Course ObjectiveThe aim of this course is to provide candidates with information relating specifically to process isolations, such as the key roles and responsibilities within the isolation process. The course explains isolation planning, the different types of isolations, isolation monitoring, the methods available, and the Process Isolations Standards.
- Explain the purpose of energy isolations
- Identify the main reasons for isolating
- Describe what a process isolation is
- Describe key terminology used in the isolation process
- Identify the central roles and responsibilities involved in isolations
- Identify the fundamental stages of process isolation
- Describe the different process isolation methods
- Identify the different types of isolation security
- Describe isolation monitoring
- Identify examples of human errors in the isolation process
- Identify examples of isolation controls
- Describe the training requirements for workers involved in isolations
- Describe the compliance and auditing required for the isolation process
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Knowledge Check: 30 Questions Final Assessment
- Certification: Delegates will receive a Cresent certificate on successful completion of this course
- Operating System: Windows (7,8,10) and Apple Mac
- Browsers: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari
- Plug-In: Adobe Flash Player required
- Additional Hardware: Please ensure that you have headphones or speakers
- Please note that our courses cannot be run on tablets or smartphones