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I recently came across this Letter

Notice to training organisations offering training in working with electrical equipment for hazardous area EEOZ Notice In lite of a couple of posts I have seen with Asians asking for or stating they have Australian EEHA competencies we must remain vigilant to ensure the specifics…

Hazardous Areas Auditing

Abstract To say a piece of equipment is compliant means that every detail has been checked according to the applicable codes, certification and manufacture specification. This is sometimes seen as dragging out the process but really, we are ensuring that every detail is correct, compliant…

Connection and reconnection of hazardous area installations

This information sheet has been derived from a Queensland Government flyer and aims to gives practical advice and information about legislative requirements for owners of hazardous area installations. To determine the actual legislative provisions, please refer to the Electrical Safety Act 2002 and the Electrical…

Current project

HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION Hazardous Area Classifications can be conducted to any national or international standards for: Flammable Gases, Vapours and Mists and, Combustible Dusts Tank Farms for Flammable & Combustible Liquid Storage   FLAMMABLE GASES AND VAPOURS Hazardous Area Classification of gases, dusts and mists…