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Pollution Control in Plants
(Duration: 2:00:00)
Price: $55.00
Course Code:
IHRDC_OM_AOOSP
Course Catalog(s):
Course Provider:
IHRDC
Subscription Period [?]:
12 months
Description:
Trainees are introduced to plant safety concepts through a discussion of how a combination of plant procedures and common sense are used to protect operators on the job. They are also introduced to potential pollution problems in a power plant and the equipment used to deal with these potential problems.

Objectives:

  • Plant Safety
    • Describe some of the basic protective equipment that operators commonly use.
    • Describe how a tagging system is used to provide protection to personnel working on plant equipment.
  • Pollution Control
    • Identify a source of air pollution in a power plant.
    • Describe some of the techniques used to control air pollution released by a plant.
    • Identify a source of thermal pollution in a power plant.
    • Describe operator responsibilities for monitoring thermal pollution leaving the plant.
    • Identify a major source of water pollution in a power plant.
    • Describe operator responsibilities for monitoring wastewater leaving the plant.
    • Describe some of the equipment that can be used to minimize the effects of noise pollution.
Sections:
  • Plant Safety
  •   - Personal Protection
  •   - Plant Safety
  • Pollution Control
  •   - Air Pollution
  •   - Thermal Pollution
  •   - Water Pollution
  •   - Noise Pollution
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