Our DSEAR “Awareness” lectures are design specifically to be informative, lively and thoroughly entertaining. They focus in “activity” rather than the Legislative side of DSEAR. Each lecture includes up to 18 desktop chemistry style experiments, each designed to hold the attention of the audience whilst clearly demonstrating what goes wrong, when storage, handling or processing flammable substances is not taken seriously.
The goal of the DSEAR experimental lecture is to raise the participants' awareness and perception of Hazardous Materials, in order to detect dangers ahead of a pending accident and avoid undesired reactions by handling hazardous substances properly.
Our “One Day” DSEAR training course, focuses on the legal requirements of the legislation, as there are 17 regulations in DSEAR of which 7 require mandatory compliance.
The training day is designed to be lively, incorporating 18 chemistry experiments, designed to demonstrate the dangers associated with storing, handling and processing flammable liquids and hazardous substances. Structured for those responsible for health and safety, but those who may not be directly involved with that work, such as senior management and director level.
Our “Three Day” DSEAR training course is aimed at those responsible for conducting DSEAR risk assessments but are not necessarily fully confident to do so.
Whilst similar to the structure of the one-day DSEAR course, the content depth is greatly increased. This three-day course includes a large feature of the flammability of Dust, ATEX electrical classifications and how to determine what Ex Zone should be applied to a hazardous area.
This course offers the ability to discuss and exchange problems with other like-minded delegates, health and safety managers and process engineer, helping to boost the confidence of all who attend.
Our “Two Day” DSEAR Gas Training Module is available at those who wish to excel in the subject matter, once they have successfully completed the three-day assessor’s course. This two-day extension includes a very specific focus on gas installations, the differences between mobile and fixed installations, working with cryogenics and the requirements of COMAH.