|SS010||October 16, 2022 - October 20, 2022||Online||$ 1500||
|SS010||January 8, 2023 - January 19, 2023||Istanbul||$ 5000||
|SS010||April 23, 2023 - April 27, 2023||London||$ 3500||
|SS010||July 23, 2023 - July 27, 2023||Kualalumber||$ 3500||
- The course is aimed at site operators and managers of petrol filling stations to enable them to comply with the relevant health & safety law in particular their statutory duties under the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres .
- It will also be useful to others who have an interest in the safe operation of petrol filling stations . Petrol filling stations and other facilities where petrol is dispensed as a fuel into the tanks of internal combustion engines are required to be licensed by the relevant Petroleum Licensing Authorities (PLA) who will seek to ensure that the necessary safety standards are observed and maintained. PLA’s in carrying out these duties to secure compliance with the law, may refer to this guidance as illustrating good practice Petrol Stations have differing fire requirements than many standard business premises due to the potential of fire with the flammable fuels that are used.
- Good housekeeping in petrol stations is essential to ensure the safety of your business, your staff and your customers. Keeping a close look out for fuel spills, how to ensure that these are dealt with correctly, the location of the extinguishers and how these should be used are all very essential for all of the staff on-site.
- Petroleum Officers
- Environmental Health Officers
- Environmental Agency Officers
- Trading Standards Officers
- Fire Authorities
- Project Managers
- Health & Safety Managers/Advisors
- Company Auditors
- Properties of combustion materials
- Types of petroleum and petroleum products
- HSE rules for surface stations
- Properties and Hazards of Petrol
- Site Planning Considerations
- Hazardous Area Classifications on Forecourts and Equipment Selection
- Underground Tanks- Problems and Solution, Tank Types and Tank Accessories
- Containment Systems – Pipes
- Drainage Systems
- Dispensers – Selection and Choosing Pumping Systems
- Vapour Recovery
- Leak Detection
- Canopies and Buildings
- Inspection and Checking of Electrical Equipment
- Maintenance Testing, Repairs and Modification
- Decommissioning of the Service Station
- Why do we Inspect? Accidents, Fires, Leaks and Explosions
- Risk Assessment and Desk Top Exercise
- Simulated Audit and Inspection
- Discussion and Enforcement Options
- Effective emergency training would cover:
- Risk assessment
- Use of petrol controlling devices
- Underground storage tanks
- Hazardous zones
- Site address
- Raising alarms
- Isolating pumps
- Fire extinguishers
- Specific emergency scenarios
- Safe dispensing
- Reporting defective equipment
- Handling small spills
- Dealing with Plan Submissions .
- Great Discount for companies and governmental Organizations .
- All programs are held in five star hotels .
- All lecturers have sufficient knowledge and experience to implement the programs at an optimal level .
- Large package of services is offered to the participants .
10% in case of Three P. (or more)
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