The team of experts at Honeywell Combustion Safety has developed over a dozen easy-to-follow narrated online training modules that can be accessed from any computer, 24-hours per day, 365 days per year. Train 1 or 100 employees at any site anywhere in the world! (a license is required per person.)

Learn how to reduce risk, optimize efficiency and improve the safety and reliability of combustion equipment within your facility.

Combustion University courses are designed for:

  • Safety Professionals
  • Plant/Risk Managers
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • Equipment Operators
  • Anyone involved with combustion related equipment.

6 PRE-PACKAGED SUITES (Best Value, Includes 4-6 courses):

Individual modules are also available to create a customized learning experience for your corporate-wide Learning Management Programs!

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These systems offer centralized & divisional reporting, as well as optional pre- and post-training assessments to help monitor your team’s overall progress.

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Individual Course List:

CU(001) ASME CSD-1 Evaluation Screening Tool
This module is designed for the insurance industry and other jurisdictional enforcement professionals as a tool to help them better understand the major issues to become more familiar and more consistent in the application of the American society of mechanical engineers boiler safety code called ASME CSD1. It may also help end users understand compliance requirements. This screening tool is offered as a starting point for professionals to become more familiar with the major issues in the code.

CU(101) Introduction to Combustion Hazard Screening
This is an introductory module designed to provide a quick way for you to identify 10 of the most common combustion and fuel system hazards.

CU(102) Gas Piping Installation and Repair
This session will cover fuel gas piping systems installation, purging and repair. This course will walk you through the 5 steps of a safe gas piping repair, and illustrate various hazards to avoid.

CU(105) Combustion Basics (Industrial/Manufacturing)
This combustion basics course is designed for those who operate, maintain, and/or manage people who are responsible for boilers, hot water heaters, ovens/furnaces and other fuel-fired equipment at industrial/manufacturing facilities.

CU(106) Fuel Train Basics (Industrial/Manufacturing)
This course will explain the basic functions and operations of fuel trains, focusing specifically on industrial/manufacturing facilities. It will cover all major valves and safety interlocks associated with lighting off a piece of fuel-fired equipment.

CU(107) Boiler Basics (Industrial/Manufacturing)
This session will cover combustion issues related to the safe operation of boiler systems, focusing on industrial/manufacturing plants and facilities. We focus on specific topics that will enhance operations and help attendees prevent equipment damage.

CU(108) Combustion Hazards (Industrial/Manufacturing)
This session describes various hazards and issues that could lead to fires, explosions, and equipment reliability problems in industrial/manufacturing facilities, and the proper steps to be taken to remedy the situation.

CU(110) Combustion Basics (Commercial)
This combustion basics course is designed for those who operate, maintain, and/or manage people who are responsible for boilers, hot water heaters, ovens/furnaces and other fuel-fired equipment in commercial plants and facilities.

CU(111) Fuel Train Basics (Commercial)
This course will explain the basic functions and operations of fuel trains, focusing specifically on commercial facilities. It will cover all major valves and safety interlocks associated with lighting off a piece of fuel-fired equipment.

CU(112) Combustion Hazards (Commercial)
This session describes various hazards and issues that could lead to fires, explosions, and equipment reliability problems in commercial facilities.

CU(115) Combustion Basics (Petroleum/Chemical)
This combustion basics course is designed for those who operate, maintain, and/or manage people who are responsible for boilers, hot water heaters, ovens/furnaces and other fuel-fired equipment at petroleum/chemical facilities.

CU(116) Fuel Train Basics (Petroleum/Chemical)
This course will explain the basic functions and operations of fuel trains, focusing specifically on petroleum/chemical facilities. It will cover all major valves and safety interlocks associated with lighting off a piece of fuel-fired equipment.

CU(117) Boiler Basics (Petroleum/Chemical)
This session will cover combustion issues related to the safe operation of boiler systems, focusing on petroleum/chemical plants and facilities. We focus on specific topics that will enhance operations and help attendees prevent equipment damage.

CU(118)Thermal Oxidizers (Petroleum/Chemical)
This session will cover combustion issues related to the safe operation of Thermal Oxidizers and describes the process for air pollution control.

 

CU(125-129) PLC Courses

These courses are designed specifically for personnel that would like to learn the basic fundamentals of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). It is meant to provide practical knowledge and skills while working with the most popular styles of PLCs and programs in use today.

CU(125) PLC Concepts
Topics covered in this PLC concepts module include: Electrical symbology & ladder logic review, what is a PLC, memory organization, and PLC operating system

CU(126) PLC Operations
Topics covered in this PLC operation module include: Hardwired vs. Programmed, Input/output addressing, PLC  communications, and PLC safety features

CU(127) PLC Wiring & Programming
Topics covered in this PLC wiring & programming module include: Input/output connections, image tables & the scan cycle, programming basic relay-type instructions, and common functions and math instructions

CU(128) PLC Troubleshooting
Topics covered in this PLC troubleshooting module include: System troubleshooting, hardware troubleshooting, and using software to troubleshoot

CU(129) Ladder Diagrams
Topics covered in this PLC ladder diagrams module include: Electricity basics, ladder logic and electrical symbology, electrical diagram basics, power wiring, and control wiring