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Flameproof Repairs Maintenance and Standards. Training and competence. We’ve all seen this…. Is it safe? I don’t know! Not legal! Flange thickness Depth of thread Flame path length Free internal volume Pressure piling. Question is……….. Will it get fixed, and when?.

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Flameproof

Repairs

Maintenance

and Standards


  • We’ve all seen this….

  • Is it safe?

    • I don’t know! Not legal!

    • Flange thickness

    • Depth of thread

    • Flame path length

    • Free internal volume

    • Pressure piling






  • Available training

    • Plenty to choose from, good and bad

    • How do you choose?

    • How long does it take?

    • What does it cost?

    • How long is it valid?

    • What value does the trainee put on it?

    • How long is the training remembered?

    • What is the value to the employer?

    • What about SANS 10086-2?


  • Competency

    • Competency is not the same is training

    • Training without experience does not result in competency

    • Experience without training does not result in competence

    • In the workplace, peer and production pressures will normally take precedence over formal training (on the job training)

  • The DRC experience…..


  • Can we change things?

    • Culture change required – takes time!

  • YOU – the end user hold all the aces!

  • Downstream – actively support your ethics

  • Upstream – Demand that your suppliers do the right thing. Audit them yourselves. Set your own standards! It’s competitive out there!





ILAC

  • Global

SANAS

  • National - STC

CB’s & TL’s

  • National


Mnfr

  • Needs Mnfr Licence

Repairer

  • May need a licence

Pirate

  • Use at own risk!


  • So, how can we improve things?

  • Take ownership of your FLP products, relying solely on the certificate is not always good enough.

  • Employ or train an expert – give that position the authority to keep order, develop in implement policies and procedures


  • Audit your choice of CB and TL

  • Audit your suppliers, whether manufacturers, repairers, or suppliers

  • Audit your own operations!

  • COMPLAIN! about sub standard service



Thank You

www.flp.co.za


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