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IMESAFR (Institute of Makers of Explosives Safety Analysis for Risk) is a probabilistic risk assessment tool used to calculate risk to personnel from explosives facilities. This tool is a supplement to the longstanding American Table of Distances. Whereas the ATD provides a level of safety based on explosives quantity and distance, IMESAFR determines a level of safety based upon risk. In addition to explosives quantity and distance, IMESAFR uses the donor structure, the activity at the donor, and the structure of the exposed sites to determine the level of safety.
IMESAFR v2.1 training is presented over 3 days with 8 hours of mixed lecture and discussion each day, for a total of 24 classroom hours. Daily class hours are from 8am to 5pm with an hour for lunch and breaks mid-morning and mid-afternoon. A competency test will be given at the end of the course. The purchase of an IMESAFR v2.1 Training Voucher allows the customer to attend training for IMESAFR v2.1. The voucher may be exchanged for a seat at any regularly-scheduled, Huntsville-based IMESAFR v2.1 training course.
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The IMESAFR v2.1 Ammonium Nitrate (AN) Module training provides an overview of AN Engine algorithms, new PES types, and exercises. The IMESAFR v2.1 AN Module is presented in 4 hours of mixed lecture and discussion. Training is typically presented the morning after IMESAFR v2.1 training. Class hours are from 8am to 12pm. A mid-morning break is provided. The purchase of an IMESAFR v2.1 AN Voucher allows the customer to attend training for IMESAFR v2.1 AN Module. The voucher may be exchanged for a seat at any regularly-scheduled, Huntsville-based IMESAFR v2.1 AN Module training course.
Using IMESAFR for American Table of Distances (ATD) Compliance training includes an overview of how IMESAFR v2.1 incorporates the ATD, demonstrating compliance using IMESAFR, and submitting a plat plan for ATF approval. Using IMESAFR for ATD Compliance training is presented in 8 hours of mixed lecture and discussion. Training is typically presented the day after IMESAFR v2.1 training. Class hours are from 8am to 5pm with an hour for lunch and breaks mid-morning and mid-afternoon. The purchase of an IMESAFR v2.1 ATD Compliance Voucher allows the customer to attend training for IMESAFR v2.1 ATD Compliance. The voucher may be exchanged for a seat at any regularly-scheduled, Huntsville-based IMESAFR v2.1 ATD Compliance training course.
IME requires that all users of IMESAFR receive training from APT on the usage of the code as a condition of purchase. An exception to this requirement is if someone else at your agency or organization has already received training and you wish to purchase an additional copy of the software. Other special circumstances may also be considered.
Cancellation Policy: If you are forced to cancel your reservations after payment of the fee, you will be entitled to transfer the license to a later class or a 50% refund until two weeks prior to the class date. No refunds are available if requested less than 15 days prior to class date but substitutions can be arranged. If minimum attendance for financial viability is not met, APT reserves the right to cancel the course up to 15 days prior to class date.
If you would like to attend, but are unavailable for the dates listed, or are interested in training at your facility, or want more information about IMESAFR training, contact us @ email@example.com, 256.327.3373.
System Requirements: IMESAFR v2.1 is compatible with Windows® 7, 8, and 10. An application installer for OS X, Linux, older versions of Windows®, and other operating systems may be available upon request.
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