We provide a wide range of services for equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, including training and personnel competence certification.
Hazardous Locations Services
ClarineT can help its customers to get their projects on the fast track with its knowledge and global expertise. Our team of engineers and technicians have the experience and know-how to help you through the quality control process and to provide training and technical service solutions designed with you in mind.
Site Services: ClarineT’s asset integrity services can help you maintain a safe and compliant site. These services include hazardous area classification and ATEX inspections.
Assessment and Advisory: We offer various assessment services for Assemblies, Functional Safety, Technical Files and other advisory services to help you on your path to compliance.
Training Programs: Get expert, timely and customized training to suit your specific needs and guidance to perform inspection & maintenance of equipment and electrical installations in potentially explosive atmosphere.
Meeting Your Targets
Equipment Safety for Hazardous Areas
- Specification, policy and procedure reviews and implementation for suppliers and users
- Design control and management of hazardous area projects
- Assistance selecting equipment, suppliers and installers including design control and FAT
- Area Classification and Risk Assessment
- Equipment inspections in accordance with IEC 60079-17
- Assistance in the design, supply and installation of safety and mitigation systems
- Comprehensive inspections of all hazardous areas
- Complete inventory of all equipment installed
- Comprehensive reports
Take advantage of the benefits and cost savings of a coherent, risk-based policy.
Ex Training Program
Personnel competency development, validation and certification
Program Goals: The aim of Ex Training Program is competency validation and certification for technical personnel working in potentially hazardous or explosive atmosphere areas both in onshore and offshore installations with particular attention to the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical plants. The program covers International ATEX Directives, Ex area’s classification and best practices in Ex Inspection procedures & reporting.
Ex Inspection Training Program: Ex courses on ATEX Directive - IEC 60079 Explosive Atmospheres, equipment and electrical installations in potentially explosive atmosphere: type of protection, inspection and remedial. Covered topics include:
- “Ex Basics” (unit code: ExT01) – General knowledge of basic principles of protection in potentially explosive atmosphere, typical accidents, general remedies;
- “Ex Inspection” (unit code: ExT02) – Visual inspection, close inspection, detailed inspection, remedials of equipment and installations in potentially explosive atmosphere;
- “Ex Maintenance” (unit code: ExT03) – Maintenance, overhaul and repair of equipment in potentially explosive atmosphere;
- “Ex Design” (unit code: ExT04) – Classification of hazardous area, Ex areas definition, design and installation of equipment in potentially explosive atmosphere – In progress;
- “Ex Refresh” (unit code: ExR01A/B/C) – Refresh for Inspection, Maintenance and Design Competence Certifications.
- “Ex Proficiency” (unit code: ExT05) – Overall on ATEX Directives, IEC 60079-0, classification of hazardous areas, methods of protection, typical accidents, general remedies – theoretical only.
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ATEX Directive 94/9/EC (Product Directive) concerning “equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres”; is a total harmonization directive, i.e. its provisions replace existing divergent national and European legislation which cover the same subjects as stipulated by Directive 94/9/EC. As of 1st July 2003, all other relevant national regulations have been abolished and Directive 94/9/EC, as transposed into the national legislation of the Member States, is the sole legal instrument applicable. It is also considered new aspects not covered by Directives "old approach" as: non-electrical apparatus, combustible dusts and production surveillance. ATEX Directive 1999/92/EC (Social Directive) concerning “the minimum requirements for improving on the safety and health protection of workers potentially at risk from exposure to explosive atmospheres” is of concern to those which operating plant sites or involve hazardous areas. It came fully into force July 1st, 2003 and regulates all activities in areas at risk of explosion so far that had been framed into specific regulations, so the employer is subject to new obligations, also concerns the minimum conditions for the improvement of safety and health of workers potentially subject to risk connected to explosive.