Spirax Sarco’s new steam training prospectus has all the courses
necessary to help stay abreast of the latest legislation and improve
the efficiency of steam plant operations.
An important addition to the schedule for 2011 is the Boiler Plant Regulations and Guidelines course (D8). This provides a broad overview of legislation, guidance and best practice within the wet side of the boiler and in steam systems, to help users, or potential users, understand their legal obligations.
Spirax Sarco also offers a four-day Boiler Operation Accreditation Scheme course (D6A) for boiler operators and managers that is recognised by the Health and Safety Executive, the UK Insurance industry (SAFed) and industry members through the Combustion Engineering Association. This course has increased significance due to the new Guidance on the Safe Operation of Boilers being published in 2011. The guidance for managers has a renewed emphasis on the level of training expected by those responsible for ensuring the overall safety of boiler operations, as well as for operators with hands-on responsibilities.
Also popular is Spirax Sarco’s Energy Savings course (E1). Delegates learn about energy saving opportunities in steam systems, how to estimate the energy requirements of a steam plant and how to calculate the payback period. The application of these skills and energy saving ideas can cut an organisation’s energy bills and carbon emissions significantly.
The Spirax Sarco 2011 training brochure details the full range of courses covering all aspects of the design, operation and maintenance of steam systems. The depth and knowledge of Spirax Sarco’s lecturers ensures a high standard on all the courses, and all lecturers are fully conversant with the day-to-day issues and practical aspects of steam systems and delegate roles.
Contact Spirax Sarco’s Training Co-ordinator Kim Mansfield by email below for a free copy of the 2011 Training Brochure.
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