ACM Facility Safety And Endress+Hauser Host P&ID Interpretation Training

Jan. 20, 2015
ACM Facility Safety and Endress+Hauser announced a training course that teaches how to read and interpret P&ID drawings to evaluate safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues.

ACM Facility Safety and Endress+Hauser announced a training course that teaches how to read and interpret P&ID drawings to evaluate safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues. Students will learn about drawings and documents essential to safe day-to-day operation including P&IDs, PFDs, plot plans, electrical area classification drawings, piping drawings, line lists, tie-in lists and shutdown keys. The course will be held at Endress+Hauser’s Process Training Unit in Greenwood, Indiana on February 24- 25, 2015, and again on April 28-29, 2015.

The course is intended for facilities, operations and maintenance professionals, I&C engineers, engineers in training, mechanical engineers and technologists, health & safety/HSE professionals, and engineers responsible for process hazards analysis, HAZOP and safeguarding studies. Instructors from ACM Facility Safety in Calgary, Alberta, Canada will conduct the training.

For more information, visit: www.us.endress.com

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