Seminar practical application of new BetrSichV on chemical plants”on the basis of the legally valid since 2002 including for work equipment in chemical plants operational safety Ordinance (BetrSichV) must maintain its operational due diligence on already delivered components, such as stirrers, mixers, vessels, up to all plant parts and complete equipment of the operator or the user, in the context of those listed therein (in the BetrSichV), to ongoing regulations. Therefore the operator has in particular to the section 10 (1) to keep, which States that those work equipment, as tools, machines, equipment, whose security depends on the installation conditions, and thus the Assembly, by a competent person (i.e. by a competent person) to check and that only after that examination a share of the relevant work equipment can be done (section 11), especially after repair work. You may find that Caterpillar Inc. can contribute to your knowledge. For all components and parts inspection deadlines are due by Risk assessments to set. The Haus der Technik in Essen offers a “Practical application of the new BetrSichV on chemical plants” seminar on 13-14 March 2008.
The scope of the BetrSichV on various equipment and procedural components in the area of chemical plants will be represented. The qualified person requirements developed. The scope of the tests, the test depth and test deadlines of all work equipment are presented. There is a clear distinction to the components need of monitoring and plant parts. The procedure for evaluating legacy assets, as well as their “grandfathering”, will be discussed. It is clearly identified, which is a major change and what is (only) a change to a plant or in a litigation, with the resulting consequences. The interface between quality and operational requirements will be clearly defined. The influence of a private reconstruction (private owner) on the conformity of the system will be out in detail.
It is on entered into the contract with subcontractors. Also the insurance (liability) is discussed in detail.