OCCUPATIONAL RISK PREVENTION IN CSP PLANTS COURSE 

Occupational risk prevention in csp plants course is a course specifically design for this type of installations. Throughout the course each one of systems and concrete risks that they suppose are studied.

Thus, solar radiation, solar field and the problems that this great extension supposes are studied. Also; HTF y system and its potential failures, like leaks or fire; water-steam cycle and the habitual failures; high tension electrical systems, with the electrical risks associated.

An essential course to accurately know the optional risks in CPS plants.


InCompany course

This course can be done at any time in the client’s installations. Enquire about conditions and prices calling at +34 91 126 37 66 or sending an email at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. .

OnLine course

This course can be done at any time through Online RENOVETEC’S platform. Online course price: €395 (taxes and shipping to Spain mainland included). Sign up calling +34 91 126 37 66 or sending an email at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

Forthcoming call for attendance-based course:

Pending on scheduling.

Find out more about special conditions for unemployed people and recent graduates

Eligible course costs by FUNDAE http://empresas.fundae.es/


COURSE INFORMATION

Type of course: On-site course, based in a presentation developed with the help of programmes like Power Point. 

Duration: About the in-company method, the course could last between 16 and 40 hours. In the on-line method, the course is 60 hours long. 

Course level: Medium. It is assumed that the participants have previous knowledge in industrial installations and some work experience.

Material: Colour book 17 x 24 rustic binding              

Practices: Practices about maintenance plan elaboration and budget reckoning are carried out.  

Courses director: Santiago García Garrido

, graduate in Chemical Sciences and Technical Manager at RENOVETEC. Has more than 10 years of experience in companies such as Gas Natural, MASA, OPEMASA. He delivers courses related with the technology of Combustion Engines and electricity generation plants.


 COURSE CONTENT

OCCUPATIONAL RISK PREVENTION IN CSP PLANTS

  • What is occupational risk prevention?
  • The risk
  • Danger 
  • From danger to risk
  • CSP plants risk: People falling at different or same level, falling of objects due to collapse, falling objects due to manipulation, falling objects, footsteps on objects, hits against hard objects, hits and contact against movable objects of a machine, hits and cuts with a machine o tool, throwing of fragments and particles, trapping by/between objects, trapping due to machine falling, over efforts, exposition to high temperatures, thermic contacts, direct or indirect electrical contacts, inhalation or ingestion of harmful substances, contact with caustic or corrosive substances, exposition to radiation, explosions, fires caused by living beings, abuses, hits and crashes with or against vehicles. 

  • The materialization of risk: accidents and diseases
  • Reasons to promote the prevention of occupational risks
  • Preventive disciplines
  • Preventive planning
  • Resources for preventive activities
  • The risk assessment

LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR PREVENTION

  • Introduction
  • Related Royal Decrees

SOLAR THERMAL POWER PLANTS OF CCP TECHNOLOGY 

  • CCP solar thermal power plants
  • The heat transfer fluid
  • The solar field
  • The steam turbine
  • Condensation of steam
  • The generator
  • The high voltage system

TYPES OF ENERGIES IN CSP PLANTS

  • Energy and risk of accident
  • Basic concepts
  • Chemical energy
  • Thermal energy
  • Potential energy
  • Kinetic energy
  • Electric power

INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

  • Individual protection equipment
  • The R.D. 773/1997
  • The R.D. 1407/1992
  • Classification according to the protected body part
  • Protection of head, eyes, face, ears, respiratory tract, hands, arms, feet and legs
  • Protection against falling equipment
  • Protective clothing
  • Trunk and abdomen protection

SOLAR FIELD AND ITS RISKS

  • The principle of operation
  • The concentrator module
  • Collectors
  • Loops
  • The solar field
  • Collector pipe of htf in the solar field
  • Pipe lagging in the solar flied
  • Piping configuration in the solar field
  • Valves in the solar field
  • Hydraulic equipment in the solar field 
  • Occupational risks in the solar field

SIGNALING

  • The objectives of signalling
  • Definitions
  • Criteria for signalling use
  • Safety Colours
  • Signals in panels
  • Luminous and acoustic signals
  • Verbal communications
  • Slope signalling
  • Gestural signals

HEAT TRANSFER FLUIDS

  • Heat transfer fluids in industry
  • Main features of HTF

THE HTF SYSTEM AND ITS RISKS

  • General scheme of the htf system
  • Pumping system
  • Hot and cold collector pipe
  • Expansion tanks
  • Inertion nitrogen system
  • Auxiliary boiler
  • Removal of degradation product system
  • General diagram of the potency block

EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES

  • What is an explosive atmosphere?
  • ATEX Legislation
  • R.D 400/1996 ATEX Devices and Protection Systems
  • Equipment Marking
  • R.D 681/2003 ATEX risk protection
  • Realization of risk areas - ATEX equipment
  • Fuels in CSP plants
  • ATEX zones in solar power plants
  • Preventive measures
  • Preventive measures of technical nature
  • Mitigating the effect of an explosion
  • Example of application of preventive measures

SECURITY IN WORK AT HEIGHTS

  • Work at heights
  • Basic concepts
  • Equipment used in heights
  • Risks related to work at heights
  • Preventive measures
  • Individual Protection Equipment
  • Work at heights in CPS plants

RISKS IN WELDING WORKS

  • Welded joints
  • Basic concepts of welding
  • Welding with electric arc, by combustion of gases, to resistance, strong and soft
  • Cutting metals
  • Risks and preventive measures
  • Hygienic risks
  • Welder protection measures
  • Qualification of the welder

ENTRY IN CONFINED AREAS

  • Definition of confined areas
  • Types of confined areas
  • General Risks of Confined Area Work
  • Specific or atmospheric hazards
  • Precautionary measures
  • Preparation before entering a confined space
  • Entry permit
  • Execution of work
  • Responsibilities
  • Confined areas in solar thermal power plants

THE STEAM GENERATION TRAIN

  • The Rankine cycle
  • Equipment that form the steam generation train
  • Steam Generation Train Setup
  • Fluid distribution
  • The economizer
  • Evaporator
  • The superheater
  • Reboiler
  • Steam generation train Overview

THE WATER-STEAM CYCLE AND THEIR RISKS

  • General scheme of the water-steam cycle
  • Beginning of the cycle: the condensate
  • Feed water tank
  • Feed water pumps
  • The steam generation train
  • Bypass valves
  • High Pressure Steam Turbine
  • Low pressure circuit: the reboiler
  • The low pressure steam turbine
  • The condenser
  • Summary of the main water-steam cycle equipment
  • Risks of working with steam
  • Precautionary measures

RISKS ASSOCIATED THE WORK WITH CHEMICALS

  • The legal context
  • Royal Decree 374/2001: Chemical Agents
  • Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP)
  • Safety data sheet 
  • The RISQUIM computer application
  • Chemical products used in solar thermal plants
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