Training

Canary HLE training programs are designed to explain the risks involved, and how to reduce them, when working in a potentially explosive atmosphere.  Ensure that your staff fully understand the Standards, Codes (e.g., CEC, NEC, IEC 60079-14), Systems (IECEx, ATEX) and requirements of designing for, installing, maintaining and working in, a hazardous location. Canary’s course offerings support this effort and are described below.

 

As well, Canary produces customized training programs specific to the needs of your company.

 

Examples of the types of training that Canary HLE has developed include:

 

  • Preparing hazardous locations design engineering staff for competency assessments
    • CompEx, IECEx
  • Explosive Atmosphere Awareness Training for those new to working in, or closely associated with, a hazardous location.
    • Maintenance and operations personnel in a Co-Generation Facility
  • Overview of the IEC 60079-11 Standard: Explosive atmospheres – Part 11: Equipment protection by intrinsic safety “I”
Your World Renown Hazardous Locations Expert

Courses are led by Brian Schneider, a Hazardous Locations industry expert with over 20-years experience working with clients including Lockheed-Martin and Siemens. He specializes in intrinsic safety and flame-proof/explosion designs and evaluations. Brian is a 12-year member of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 18 Committee and has designed and built testing labs in Canada and Europe.

Your World Renown Hazardous Locations Expert

 

Courses are led by Brian Schneider, a Hazardous Locations industry expert with over 20-years experience working with clients including Lockheed-Martin and Siemens. He specializes in intrinsic safety and flame-proof/explosion designs and evaluations. Brian is a 12-year member of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 18 Committee and has designed and built testing labs in Canada and Europe.