H2S Alive (Hydrogen Sulphide Training) Enform Certified

Scheduled Course Dates

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17th Aug 18 | 9:00 am Canada
20th Aug 18 | 9:00 am Canada
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21st Dec 18 | 9:00 am Canada
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Course Details

Section 1:  H2S Properties, Health Hazards and Locations

  • Describe the six properties of H2S in particular conditions
  • Identify the health hazards associated with various concentrations of H2S gas.
  • Recognize probable locations of H2S gas in the oil and gas industry based on H2S properties

Section 2: Hazard Assessment and Controls

  •  Explain what a hazard assessment is and when it is used on a work site
  • Identify hazards at a work site
  • Evaluate the risk of exposure to the hazards
  • Apply control measures to reduce the risk of exposure
  • Monitor the effectiveness of the control measures

Section 3: Respiratory Protective Equipment

  •  Identify the components of a self- contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)
  • Identify the major components of a supplied air breathing apparatus (SABA)
  • Demonstrate the use of SCBA including pre-use inspection, donning, doffing and post-use inspection
  • Describe use of SABA including pre-use  inspection, donning, doffing and post-use inspection

Section 4: Detection of H2S

  • Describe the common types, functions and limitations of electronic monitors and detector tubes devices
  • Demonstrate pre-use inspection and operation of electronic monitors and detector tube devices

Section 5: Inital Response Strategy

  • Apply the initial response strategy to an incident involving an H2S release

 

Duration: 1 Day