What you should know about this Gas Detection Training:
Gas is known to be the “silent killer”, in any form, whether it H2S, SO2, CO, or any of the multitude of others. Gas detection training will help you know when to “Call it” because the situation is unsafe…you feel that…is your “spidey sense” tingling?
This course also provides information about hazardous atmospheres, and how to remain safe around areas of high disaster potential. Throughout the program we will learn about common detection devices such as detector tubes like the bellows & piston, as well as more modern monitors such as personal, portable and fixed monitors. We’ll also cover explosive ranges, toxic atmospheres…the list keeps going and going. If you are required to entire a site that makes use of any gas detection equipment, this course is for you.
See the table below for learning expectations & certificate requirements.
Keep in mind, that for courses based on “Equipment Operation” (ie: Forklift), “Life Safety”(ie: Body Harness) or “Life Preservation” (ie: Standard First Aid) Worker competency must be proven before a person can be considered fully trained. Competency evaluations are attached to each course requiring one in our database. Just be sure you have a competent person evaluating. For more information on competency, you can give us a call or read up on it, as described by the COAA here…
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