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Aboveground Storage Tanks - Part 3 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 3 Training
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Further Information - Aboveground Storage Tanks - Part 3 Training

Description

Tank farm operators typically perform tasks such as gauging, sampling, and making material transfers on a daily basis. Other tasks are performed only periodically. One of these periodic tasks is taking a storage tank out of service and bringing it back in service. This course describes the basic steps for taking an aboveground atmospheric tank out of service and putting it back in service.

Learning Objectives

  • State common reasons for taking aboveground storage tanks out of service
  • Define the terms "decommissioning a tank" and "recommissioning a tank"
  • List the four main stages of a decommissioning and recommissioning operation for an aboveground storage tank and list the major steps for each stage
  • Define the following terms: pyrophoric material, cold work, hot work, and confined space entry
  • Describe major safety and environmental concerns associated with decommissioning and recommissioning an aboveground storage tank
  • Describe the use of a formal permitting procedure during the decommissioning and recommissioning of an aboveground storage tank
  • Define the following terms: isolating, blocking in, and blind
  • Describe the major steps involved in a typical example of taking an aboveground storage tank out of service
  • Describe the major steps in a typical example of preparing a decommissioned aboveground storage tank for entry by personnel
  • Describe the tasks typically performed while an aboveground storage tank is out of service
  • Describe an operator's main responsibilities when a decommissioned tank is being cleaned and repaired
  • Identify special safety concerns that apply when a decommissioned tank is being cleaned and repaired
  • Describe the major steps that are typically involved in returning a decommissioned aboveground storage tank to service
  • Explain what water testing is

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