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EVENT
08-03-2021 - 12-03-2021
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Type: Short course
Duration: 5 days
Starts: 08-03-2021
Ends: 12-03-2021
Place: on line delivery

Entry: paid

Port and Terminal Operations for Bulk Cargoes

Short course

Overview: Bulk materials handling and safety issues at ports and at sea

Subjects covered:

* Ship unloading technologies
* Conveying technologies (pneumatic vs belt)
* Storage and discharge technologies
* Loading/unloading control
* Rail and road outloading equipment and control
* Explosion and fire risks and management
* Mobile plant and safety
* Developments in automation and autonomous vehicles
* Dust control and environmental protection
* Controlling cargo damage
* Wear protection and maintenance
* Cargo characterisation for handleability and other issues

Course fee: £990 per delegate (ABTO members £855)
The course will run from 14:00 hrs UK time each afternoon and will be delivered in English.
 

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