To provide trainees :
To provide knowledge, understanding and competency in accordance with STCW 2010, Section A-III/1 (Competence 2.1.17 High-Voltage Installations); Section A-III/2 (Competence 2.1.4 Design Features of High-Voltage Installations); and, Section A-III/6 (Competence 1.4 Operate and Maintain Power Systems in Excess of 1,000 Volts).
Who Should Attend this workshop: All Engineer Officers, Electrical/Electro-technical Officers, Engineer Superintendents (responsible for Operation and Maintenance of Power Installations & Systems onboard in Excess of 1.000 volts)
Documentation References: STCW 2010, Sections A-III/1 &2, 6 | IMO Model Course 7.08
- Introduction – Basics of Electro Technology High Voltage Equipment Machinery in Ships
- Electric propulsion system – Major Equipment– Components Configurations
- Shows HV Switchboards, Circuit Breakers and Contactors
- HV Power Distribution, Networks, HV Gensets, Motors, Cables, Transformers
- Safe Operation and Maintenance of High Voltage Systems onboard ships
- Hazards and Risks of the Operation of the HV Systems
- Safety Precautions: Proper Operations & Maintenance
- Practical Exercises on HV Power Cabinets
- Review Electrical Diagrams
- Functional, Operational and Safety Requirements for a Marine High Voltage System
- Grounding, Lightning Protection – Remedial Action Necessary During Faults in HV System
- Switching & Isolation Procedure on Marine HV system – Safety Documentation
Instructor: Alok Kumar
National Technical University of Athens.
- Thessaloniki METRO. He is the designer of the MCC Switchboards of the HVAC systems of the Stations and the Tunnels.
- High Voltage Greek National Grid. He works for projects of Wind Parks interconnection to the grid.
- He worked in the cement factory “Halyps Cement – Italcementi Group” as:
- Manager of the Maintenance Department of Electrical and Industrial Automation [1988 – 2016]
- Safety at Work Officer [2001 – 2005] and Safety Trainer of the personnel [2001 – 2016]
- Leader of the team for Safety Risk Analysis & Incidents/Accidents Analysis [2001 – 2016].
- He worked in the HVAC Greek Factory “X. & B. FYROGENIS” as Sales Engineer in the department of Central Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning Systems [1985 – 1988].
- He has elaborated technical studies
- for Low & High Voltage Electrical Installations and Industrial Automation Projects of industrial plants and of the Athens METRO [1985 – 2016]
- for projects of the private sector buildings for Heating and Air Conditioning Systems.
- He works as a trainer
- in the private industrial sector for the technical personnel of big Greek Factories, teaching the topics of Health & Safety at Work generally as also the topics concerning Safely Working in Low and High Voltage Electrical Installations. He has taught more than 350 persons up today (Siemens Hellas, Schneider Electric Hellas, Alstom Hellas, Alouminion of Greece, Intracom, EDF EN Greece, ELPEDISON, Corinth Pipe Works SA, Cablel Hellenic Cables, etc). [2005 – 2016].
- in the QMS Maritime Training Center teaching the courses “HV onboard ships according the STCW” and “Safe working in HV and LV installations onboard ships”
- He has given a series of lectures for the Open Popular University of Crete on issues concerning interpersonal communication, emotional intelligence and self-leading.
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Technical courses are offered as required by TMSA 3 elements 2,4,7,10,14