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Gas Awareness training
Easy to digest training which covers just the things you need to know; What is the gas I am dealing with in my line of work? Where will I find it? How can it harm me? What can I do to protect myself?
Nitrogen makes up the majority of the air around us and is commonly used for inerting and purging applications in industry. It is also used in freezing, cryogenics and storage applications . You will learn how nitrogen is dangerous, how it displaces the oxygen in the air , and how to protect yourself.
Carbon dioxide awareness
Carbon dioxide is the most common gas used in the world. It is found in every food factory, brewery, distiller, every bar and restaurant and now commonly in coffee shops. You will learn how carbon dioxide is dangerous, what it does to the body, and how to protect yourself.
Underground gas awareness
Before entering a confined space or underground environment it is mandatory to carry out a pre-entry gas test to ensure that the atmosphere is safe to work in. Underground environments can contain toxic and explosive gases as well as possibly not having enough oxygen to sustain life. You will learn where these gases come from, what they can do to harm you and what to do to protect yourself.
Used commonly as a low cost refrigerant gas ammonia can be found in frozen food factories, breweries, ice rinks and supermarkets. It is the most commonly reported leaking gas in industry. You will learn how ammonia is dangerous, how it is lethal, how it is explosive, and how to protect yourself.
Hydrogen sulphide awareness
Hydrogen sulphide is a common bi-product of oil exploration and production, but also found in sewage treatment and processing. A common hazard in confined space entry into sealed underground areas you will learn just how dangerous and toxic hydrogen sulphide is, where it can be found, and how to protect yourself.
Carbon monoxide awareness
Carbon monoxide is the silent killer. It kills more people than any other toxic gas. A bi-product of combustion, it is found in any industrial or domestic environment where there is a boiler or furnace, also any garage, tunnel or roadway. You will learn how carbon monoxide poisons you, where it is likely to be found and how to protect yourself.
Benzene is a bi-product of the oil industry and can be found in petrol and other hydrocarbon mixtures. It is highly carcinogenic and poisonous. You will learn how benzene affects the body, where it is commonly found and how to protect yourself.
Industry standard gas safety courses
Advanced authorised gas tester confined spaces and hot work level 1
Advanced authorised gas tester Nitrogen purgingAdvanced Authorised Gas Tester Level 1 is designed for those involved in performing tests for oxygen, flammable and toxic gases up to and including working in confined spaces. The course material enables learners to further develop their ongoing skills as a gas tester preparing them to meet the needs of any situation they might face in the future.
Authorised Gas Tester Nitrogen Purging is designed for those involved in performing gas testing associated with the degassing and commissioning of oil & gas installations. You will learn the practical skills of how to do this and the potential pitfalls and dangers associated with the process.
Advanced and detailed courses on the principles of gas behaviour, specific detectable gasses and the detection techniques used. This provides a detailed understanding of gas detection.
Gas detection principles
This course covers the principles used in gas detection. You will learn which gas sensors are available, how they work and what they can be used for and cannot. You will learn how to specify gas detection equipment and how to design a safety protocol for detecting different common gases.
Gas detection applications
Why would someone need to detect sulphur dioxide? Where in industry would I find perchloroethyloene, why is ozone dangerous? All these questions and more are answered by this course, covering the commonly found gases in industry, where they occur and why, and what they are used for.