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This workshop shows you how to ensure reliable power supply to critical systems using various available options - it will discuss how to save dollars by finding the right solution to your needs so that you invest just what is needed and where it is needed.
Topics covered include: introduction and terminology; electronic security; threat sources; understanding the current industrial security environment; how cyberattacks happen; creating a security program; risk analysis; addressing risk with security policy, organization, and awareness; addressing risk with selected security counter measures; addressing risk with implementation measures; monitoring and improving the CSMS.
This training workshop assumes you have no knowledge whatsoever of the technology and gives you the thorough review of the basics of industrial data communications, networking and protocols so that you can apply this knowledge to your work immediately on the completion of the course.
The workshop will be useful to both specifiers and implementers and will provide a theoretical grounding as well as a practical guide for preparing a control system functional specification for implementation on Industrial control systems consisting of PLC, HMI or DCS.
This course deals with concrete, it’s manufacturing, designing and maintaining. It includes the details about ingredients, its quality, quantity and effect on the final product of concrete. Concrete designing, its specifications, standards, codes are the parts of this course and the concrete mix design is discussed in detail.
This course will discuss the need for standby/emergency power generation in industries and the details of engine-based power stations.
Essentially this workshop is broken down into system grounding, protective grounding and surge/noise protection of power and electronics systems normally found in distribution networks.
The Live, Online course "Earthing of Utility and Industrial Distribution Systems" will demystify fundamental concepts of grounding with reference to utility networks and industrial distribution systems, along with their associated control equipment. Participants will be given an accurate perspective, leaving the group with the knowledge needed to solve ACTUAL grounding problems.

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