Designed primarily for individuals who develop, assemble, test, inspect, approve, transport, store or in some other way handle explosive items or material, the Explosive Safety Course is an overview of hazards inherent to explosive operations; associated safety precautions; and methods to analyze, test and obtain approval for explosive activities. The subjects covered in this 3-day class include:
- Explosives Basics
- Hazardous Stimuli
- Basic Storage & Transport Principles
- Hazard Classification
- Explosive Item Recognition & Safety
- Personnel Protection
- Reaction Effects
- Insensitive Munitions
- Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection
- Lightning Protection
- Electromagnetic Radiation Protection
- Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) for A&E Operations
- Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)
- Explosives Models
- Explosives Testing
APT also conducts training classes at customer locations for clients who request them. Contact Megan Stroud at 256.327.3373 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding availability.
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