COURSE AIM & OBJECTIVES:
To provide delegates with an appreciation of principle aims and objectives of the Montreal Protocol, legal requirements and contractual requirements, to understand why they should not allow any of their staff working on refrigerants to release such gasses into the environment, be aware of each team members duties and responsibilities, learn how to carry out satisfactory risk assessments on particular tasks before executing the work.
Also it is the priority of every company to train all their staff in accordance to their discipline, so that they not only know what do but also what not to do at the scene of an accident. Also it is the duty of all concerned to understand the dangers to Health and the environment if refrigerants are not recoved appropriately and are allowed to escape into the atmosphere.
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
Mechanical & Electrical Engineers directly responsible for charging and recovery of systems with fluorocarbon refrigerants, who require accreditation to an Internationally Recognised Certification Body.
SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT WILL BE COVERED?
Environmental Impact of fluorocarbon refrigerants
Fluorocarbon control and alternatives
Legislation and regulation
Handling and recovery
Pressure testing and vacuum dehydration
Charge the systems with refrigerant
Recover the refrigerant charge
The assessment consists of practical tests and written question papers. Successful delegates will receive a CMS Training Certificate, with a note added to confirm that the course was approved by the Cyprus Human Resource Development Authority. All practical work will be carried out in our approved Training Centre. Also successful delegates will receive the licences from the Ministry of Environment of Cyprus.
TUITION LANGUAGE : GREEK and or ENGLISH
COURSE PRESENTER(s) : Mr Chris Christodoulou