Course Outline:

  • Methods of hazard prevention.
  • Methods used to protect surrounding work areas from infringement or contamination. Method used to protect the surrounding work areas.
  • Method used to protect from damage due to portable heating equipment. Safe use of simple scaffold platforms.
  • Different type of faults in refrigeration and air conditioning.
  • Possible hazards and dangerous practices. Dangerous practices when using ladders and steps.
  • Purpose and use of barriers and warning signs/lights to protect working personnel and members of the public from possible accidents.
  • Purpose and use of protective clothing and safety equipment for a range of applications. Means of isolating electrical equipment/circuits.
  • Dangers associated with the use of electrical equipment. Means of isolating refrigerant circuits.
  • Dangers associated with the release of refrigerant from a system.
  • Toxic effect of materials used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
  • Preventative and remedial action to be taken in the case of exposure to hazardous material. Troubleshooting heating, air conditioning and refrigeration units.
  • Various techniques of air balancing in ducting system.
  • Chiller system water treatment systems in accordance to HVAC protocols.
  • Core understanding of determining causes of malfunctions and correcting them properly. Installation and testing of pumps, motors, fan coils and piping.
  • To perform preventative and general maintenance tasks on HVAC systems. planning and undertaking scheduled maintenance.
    responding to breakdowns. diagnosing faults.
  • Obtaining specialist components, fixtures or fittings. managing budgets.
  • Maintaining statistical and financial records.
  • Ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation. creating maintenance procedures.
  • Managing stocks of supplies and equipment.
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