The EEHA (Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas) quaification is a highly sort after qualification for Electrical workers within the Oil and Gas industry. The majority of companies on the major CSG construction sites require Electricians and E/I Techs to have the EEHA qualification. Luckily enough, the companies involved with the major onshore LNG projects are not asking to clarify MINIMAL YEARS EXPERIENCE beside the EEHA qualification, great news ! Is the EEHA qualification what you need to get on – even time rosters, generally offering $150,000 plus, FIFO, meals and acccomodation provided?
EEHA – Installation and Maintenance
A course for electrical workers and engineers responsible for the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment in hazardous areas (EEHA). It covers the principles of hazardous area classification, explosion-protection techniques, equipment installation requirements, inspections, and procedures for breakdowns and maintenance, with theory and practical components.
Note : The EEHA course will also allow you to legally work in a range of different industries from petro-chemical plants to hydro-carbon (Oil) refineries.
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