MECHANICAL SKILLS FOR ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENT DISCIPLINES
To enable Electrical and Instrument staff to perform mechanical tasks and refresh on appreciation of skills.
Delegates should have an Electrical or Instrument background.
Lecture notes and audio/visual presentation, practical exercises and large plant simulation.
On successful completion of the course candidates will receive a NETA certificate of attendance.
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On successful completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
- Recognise pipe work systems
- Understand and apply Regulations and work safely
- Understand materials and handling
- Understand movement and transportation of loads
- Understand Regulations and best practices regarding the use of Abrasive Wheels
- Understand drive mechanisms and alignment
- Understand types of pumps
- Safety precautions, pipework failure, pressure testing, hazard recognition
- Pipe bending and cutting, pipe joining methods, use of fittings
- Pipeline stressing and supports
- Pressure testing
- Hydraulic and Pneumatic techniques
- Steam tracing and use of jacketted line and ejectors
- Pipeline cleaning techniques
- Pipe work system methods of isolation
Lifting and Handling Techniques
- Safety precautions including Health & Safety at Work Act (HASWA) and LOLER & PUWER
- Safe use of portable hoists and slings
- Appreciation of large site lifts and heavy load transportation
- Safety precautions in both factory and site conditions
- Pedestal Grinders
- Portable Grinders
- Types and Uses
- Types and Uses
- Canned Rotor
- Vertical multi-stage