Combustion training provides the necessary tools to empower you and your personnel to more safely operate, troubleshoot, inspect and maintain fuel-fired equipment. Human error is the #1 cause of industrial and combustion-related accidents. Most personnel are not adequately trained in the safe start-up/shutdown of combustion equipment, daily operations or proper testing and maintenance procedures.
HCS’s expert staff of professional trainers educates thousands of people including managers, operators, skilled trades and risk/insurance personnel throughout the world each year!
- Onsite Training – Customized to your specific processes, utilizing facility equipment for demonstrations. Shift training options are available.
- Online Training – Access our standard modules or customize lessons to train your employees from any site around the world 24/7 via Combustion University.
- Combustion Safety Workshops – Offered multiple times each year, our elite workshops are hosted at HCS Headquarters in Cleveland, OH; Honeywell Eclipse Headquarters in Rockford, IL; or in select cities around the United States. Open to all (with CEU’s available), send one employee or a group for their annual training requirement. Find out where we’ll be next!
Honeywell Combustion Safety’s training services dramatically reduce the risk of combustion system accidents; helping to cut costs, extend equipment life, and more importantly, enhance safety.
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