Hawk IR opens Infrared Safety Centre for training/certification

Hawk IR International is launching its Infrared Safety Centre (ISC), devoted to the training and certification of infrared thermographers operating within explosive atmospheres. ISC incorporates COMPEX, DSEAR and ATEX modules within a Level 1 HazEx course in addition to infrared training techniques developed to increase thermographer awareness and competency.

Tony Holliday, Director of Sales for Hawk IR International, explains: "Infrared inspection within an explosive atmosphere requires a new way of thinking. Even seemingly inconsequential changes to explosive area equipment can have explosive results. Something simple such as increasing the emissivity of a target – a common practice in safe areas – can cause an explosion if an incorrect coating is used. HazEx Thermography training increases the knowledge and competency of infrared thermographers, enabling them to operate safely and effectively within explosive areas."

ISC provides HazEx Thermography training for trained safe area thermographers and newcomers alike. The five-day HazEx training course incorporates 50 per cent safety and 50 per cent thermography with two independent examinations. Successful students are awarded HazEx Thermography Certification along with ATEX Competent Person status. Certification is issued by a Notified Body.

For more information on HazEx Thermography or ATEX Infrared Camera systems, contact Hawk IR International or visit www.hawk-ir.com.

Hawk IR International Ltd

117 High Street
Marske
TS11 6JX
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1642 497000

sales@hawk-ir.com

www.hawk-ir.com

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