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Authorised Person Petroleum for Mod Estates - Residential

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Content - The types of petroleum products additives and their classifications - Overview of SRP 03 safety rules and procedures - Current legislation to include Health & Safety, COSHH, RIDDOR, CDM, DSEAR - The maintenance of petroleum installations and equipment - The dangers surrounding electrical installations in hazardous areas - Petroleum installation site visit - The types of multiple gas indicators and the gases they detect - The methods of tank cleaning and maintenance - Breathing apparatus, personal protective and safety equipment - Liquefied petroleum gas - Risk assessment isolation and an introduction to permits to work and gas test certificates Knowledge By the end of the course delegates will be able to: - Identify the range of petroleum products in general use that are stored and dispensed in airfields, motor transport, bulk heating, petroleum storage depots and bulk fuel installations - Understand the Defence Estates Organisation (Works) Regulations for work in petroleum storage depots, bulk fuel installations and kerbside Installations with special regard to medical requirements, wearing of protective clothing and breathing apparatus Continued - Carry out routine maintenance of kerbside installations and diesel storage tanks up to a 50,000 litre capacity - Safely use electricity in hazardous areas - Recognise current health and safety and relevant environmental legislation affecting all maintenance works on petroleum installations - Comprehend the principles of safe systems of work in particular the safe system provided by SRP 03 and its practical application to MOD petroleum installations - Understand the advantages and disadvantages of the differing types of gas detectors and the requirements for regular response testing and calibration - The requirements for tank entry including hot and cold work - Provide awareness of the types of tanks to be cleaned, the hazards associated with tank cleaning and the safety precautions required - Classify the properties and characteristics of liquefied petroleum gases and their storage, to include handling precautions when installing/removing bulk fuel vessels.

Content - The types of petroleum products additives and their classifications - Overview of SRP 03 safety rules and procedures - Current legislation to include Health & Safety, COSHH, RIDDOR, CDM, DSEAR - The maintenance of petroleum installations and equipment - The dangers surrounding electrical installations in hazardous areas - Petroleum installation site visit - The types of multiple gas...

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