06. October 2022
Explosion Protection Officer CFPA-E
Tizian Hegyaljai is enchanted at the Swiss Safety Center’s customer event. After attending the courses “Handling Hazardous Substances” and “Explosion Protection in Companies: Fundamentals” and successfully passed the final exam, he is now a certified Explosion Protection Officer CFPA-E. We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate him.
Tizian now has the necessary knowledge to plan and implement explosion protection systems and measures in compliance with the law. He will now use his gained knowledge in our projects on the topic of explosion protection, so that our customers can also benefit from it.
He will continue to attend training courses at the Swiss Safety Center in order to obtain the follow-up qualification as well. At HINE, we continuously focus on training our employees so that we are always up to date and have the right knowledge and tools to successfully complete our customer projects.
Dedicated 2 Efficiency!
Explosion protection when handling gas vehicles is a critical factor that cannot be ignored.
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