Tags: ex / hazardous areas
Offers online certification exams
it is now possible to complete several units of IECEx Personnel Certification without physical attendance in the examination room.
NEW E-LEARNING COURSE – SAFE BEHAVIOUR IN HAZARDOUS AREAS
New e-learning course aims to secure work in hazardous areas.
SUCCESSFUL ATEX & IECEx SEMINAR 2019
The annual seminar held in the Sheraton Saigon Hotel on the 30th of August, brought together over 120 participants who works in potential explosive atmospheres (Ex), to share their knowledge, the overview of Vietnamese industry and the challenge of how to bring the national industry to a higher level of safety.
The third annual ATEX & IECEx Seminar coming up in August
Hosted by Trainor Vietnam, personnel working in potential explosive atmospheres (Ex) will gather in the Sheraton Saigon Hotel and Towers, Ho Chi Minh City, August 30th 2019, for the 3rd annual ATEX & IECEx Seminar.
Accounts for the highest number of personnel certifications worldwide.
"Our goal is to highlight what we think is the best tool for improving the safety of the Ex industry globally," says Managing Director of Trainor Certification, Einar Thorén.
The ATEX & IECEx Seminar 2018 was organized successfully
On 31st of August, Trainor Vietnam held successfully the ATEX & IECEx Seminar for the second consecutive year at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel.
Trainor raises the bar of Ex competence - Approved International Certifying Body by IECEx.
Trainor Certification will initially serve the international Ex industries to the markets in Norway, Vietnam and Korea.
Joint forces for safety in Ex areas
Trainor colleagues from 4 countries meet to speak up for Ex safety work at IECEx International Conference in Shanghai this week.
Trainor launches Ex-training in Vietnam
"We have no guarantee of success, but daring to take chances is the Trainor way", remarks CEO, Terje Gravdal on the company's Ex-training venture in Vietnam.The company believes they have found the right man for the job in Swedish-Vietnamese Thaison Vu, and aims to open a local training centre at the beginning of 2017.
Safety in Ex-areas
Every year there are a number of gas leaks in the petroleum industry. The Petroleum Safety Authority is worried that one of these relatively frequent leaks could cause a serious accident in a land-based or offshore installation. To avoid the possibility leaking gas igniting and creating hazardous situations, there are strict requirements for equipment and training.