This September GFS once again held the popular course “Practical approach to ATEX installations”.
The first part of the course had focus on basic introduction to theory and legislation behind ATEX (EX) installations, as well as practice in marking and reading of product nameplates. After lunch, it was time for the 12 participants to join the practical part of the course, based on the gained knowledge from part one.
It was clear that although several of the participants were well founded theoretically, everyone were challenged when it came to practical handling of ATEX installations.
Based on dialogue and active participation, the course was successfully completed and the participants are now better prepared to handle ATEX (EX) installations on a practical level.
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Global Functional Safety – A part of the development
Again this year, Global functional Safety has taken an active