Principles of the Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power SystemsThe Faraday Centre
Price on request
This course has been developed to meet requirements of I.M.C.A. (International Maritime Contractors Association) and other organisations, in the safe operation of high voltage systems in marine/offshore applications (HV systems not control systems).
Suitable for: Electrical engineers, electrical officers and contractor's electrical engineers, responsible for the design, construction, commissioning and operation of marine/offshore electrical power systems, and to be responsible for switching and the issue of safety documents.
Unit 3 Stephenson Court Skippers Lane Industrial Estate South Bank, TS6 6UT, Middlesex, England
This is an advanced training programme that requires a good foundation of electrical knowledge and experience of high voltage switching.
- Marine/offshore statutory electrical requirements
- Philosophy of high voltage distribution
- Operational and safety features of switchgear
- Operational Procedures
- Marine / offshore high voltage safety rules
- Basic fault calculations
- Marine / offshore application of electrical protection
- Principles of power management systems
- Outline of electrical testing
- Electrical maintenance
- Case studies
- Automatic voltage regulation
- Practical exercises (2-switching/ safety documents/ synchronisation)
- Course review
This course is more advanced course than the MAR4 course and includes a wider range of technical aspects with less emphasis on switching operations.
Candidates who successfully complete the theoretical and practical competence assessments will receive a Faraday 'Competence' certificate, candidates who fail or do not wish to undertake the competence assessments will receive a Faraday 'Attendance' certificate.