Cable Technology Feature Article
July 06, 2010
Latest Cable Avoidance Training Course Dates Announced by Sygma Solutions
By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor
The dates of their latest public courses in the use of radio detection locator tools have been announced by Sygma Solutions. The company provides specialist cable avoidance training.
Full training in the use of the Radiodetection CAT 3 cable avoidance locator tool is given by the CAT3 and Genny3 course.
The courses will be held at Romford in Essex on July 22. They will also be held in Greater Manchester on July 23. The use of CAT3 and Genny3 cable avoidance tools to meet the HSG47 Health and Safety Guideline is covered in this training course. The reasons for using cable locators are included in the course along with the utility plans. The course will also include application of Genny3. Practical training using CAT3 and Genny3 Locator will also be provided.
Training course on the RD400 and RD4000 will take place in Romford Essex on 22nd July 2010. This training course covers full use of this cable avoidance tool. The use of RD400 and RD4000 Radio Detection location tools to meet HSG47 Health and Safety Guideline is also covered in this course. The reasons for using RD400 and RD4000 cable locators are included in the course along with the utility plans. Practical training using RD4000 and Transmitter will also be provided.
Open to the general public, both courses will have a maximum of 10 delegates per course. This will ensure that the delegates will receive sufficient individual attention. The general public is advised to book the courses in advance.
A range of training courses in the use of Cable Avoidance Tools to detect underground cables and pipes in construction and surveying projects are provided by Sygma Solutions. Use of specific equipment and tools including CAT and Genny cable avoidance training courses are included in the training. The training also includes RD400 and RD4000 locator training courses, RD7000 and RD8000 training courses. Specialist courses for Network Rail and London Underground projects are also included in the training. These public courses can also be delivered on site at a client's premises across the nation.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Erin Monda