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Aboveground Storage Tanks - Part 1 Training

Further Information | Course
Duration
60 minutes
Category
Engineering & Technology, Process Operations
Sector
Oil & Gas
Price
£30.00 inc. local taxes
Aboveground Storage Tanks Part 1 Training
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Further Information - Aboveground Storage Tanks - Part 1 Training

Description

This course provides information about several types of aboveground storage tanks, associated auxiliary equipment, and general safety concerns related to these tanks and the materials they contain.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain what a tank farm is and identify the equipment and systems that it typically includes
  • Describe four ways that above ground storage tanks can be classified
  • Define the following terms: storage tank, feed tank, charge tank, surge tank, rundown tank, blend tank, recovery tank, slop tank, jacketed tank, atmospheric tank, pressure tank, low pressure tank, high pressure tank, blanketed tank, fill line, suction line, man way, and manhole
  • Describe some common concerns that operators should be aware of when working with above ground storage tanks
  • Identify ways of reducing hazards associated with above ground storage tanks
  • Define the following terms: toxicity, viscosity, volatility, flammable, combustible, lower explosive limit, upper explosive limit, flash point, and vapor space
  • Describe typical features for monitoring and controlling temperatures, pressures, flow rates, and levels for above ground storage tanks
  • Identify auxiliary equipment and systems that are commonly associated with the monitoring and control features of most above ground storage tanks
  • Describe the process of corrosion, its effect on above ground storage tanks, and the use of cathodic protection
  • Identify typical means of detecting leaks from above ground storage tanks
  • Describe how leaks and spills from above ground storage tanks are typically contained
  • Identify two of the most common types of atmospheric tanks
  • Describe features and safety concerns that apply to cone roof tanks
  • Describe features and safety concerns that apply to floating roof tanks
  • Identify liquid characteristics that make the use of pressure tanks necessary
  • Describe four types of pressure tanks
  • Describe special safety concerns that apply to pressure tanks

Assessment

Exam

System Requirements

  • Internet Access - Users will need a computer or device with a web browser and an internet connection.
  • System - Runs on desktop computers and tablets. Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10 and MAC OS. Apple Tablets running IOS 11.
  • Browser - Runs on Edge, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, no plug-ins required
  • Minimum browser size - 1024x672
  • Audio – Requires speaker or headphones.
  • Notes - Not suitable for smartphones.
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1 Year access

Flexible option for individuals and team leaders


  • Immediate access for 365 days after purchase
  • Launch course instantly after checkout
  • PDF certificate sent to learner via email upon completion
  • Up to 10 licences per single purchase to allocate out to up to 10 learners
£30.00
Further Access

Scalable for companies training large teams


  • Flexible access periods
  • Certificates stored within LMS
  • Full access to Learning Management System

Request Licenses