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Detection and Control of Flammable and Toxic Atmospheres

To get a better understanding of how gas detectors function, we will investigate the different types of combustible gas sensors for portable instruments, and identify the flammable range of common gases you may encounter. You will learn about various types of gas detection equipment (manufacturers - BW Technologies, Honeywell, Rae, Draeger, Gastec, MeshGuard, MSA). Meets requirements as outlined in IRP 18 and IRP 7 for wellsite supervisor for gas detection training.

During this course we will use a variety of interactive learning activities to reinforce the content. These learning activities are also used to help you understand how to perform important procedures such as a bump test, sampling techniques, calibration, etc.

At the conclusion of the course you will write a multiple-choice final exam. You must obtain a passing grade of 80% to receive your certificate for this course.

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Course Details

Course can take anywhere from 90 minutes to 4 hours to complete. The Final exam includes 20 questions from a question bank and allows for 2 attempts. If you have an unsuccessful attempt feel free to review the content before proceeding to the last attempt. Certification is only acquired with a passing mark of 80%.

Please note that you have 90 days to complete your course from the purchase date.

Training Topics

  • explosive ranges
  • toxic atmospheres
  • oxygen levels
  • flammable substances
  • bump test
  • flammable substances
  • monitor substances
  • principles of flammable gas
  • multi gas

 

  • vapour detection
  • combustible gas monitors
  • combustible gas readings
  • Gas Detectors
  • Explosive Limits
  • Sampling Techniques
  • Calibration
  • portable and fixed
  • single gas

Course Compatibility

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Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone entering a job site that requires any type of gas detection equipment. This equipment is at plant sites, drilling operations, servicing operations, pipeline, up stream and down stream oilfield operations, confined spaces, etc.

What to Expect:

Module 1: Introduction

This module introduces you to the topics that will be covered throughout the course, what you can expect, and why this course is important for you.

Module 2: Detector Tube Devices

The focus of this module is to introduce (or refamiliarize) you with the most common types of devices and their safe operation.

Module 3: Continuous Gas Monitors


This module thoroughly covers Continuous Gas Monitors, single toxic gas or multi-gas monitors (Personal). You will learning donning and operation. Through video and hands on interactive animations, you will learn 'how to' and participate in a bump test.

Module 4:Combustible Gas Monitors

A thorough overview highlighting combustible gas monitors and how they work. We will cover: thermal conductivity, semiconductor sensors, catalyctic method, display, difficulties, measurements.

Module 5: Fixed Continuous Monitor

An overview fixed continuous monitors.

Module 6: Gas Testing


You will be provided with an overview of gas testing and how to use this detection equipment.

Module 7: Conclusion


In preparation for the final quiz, we will review what you have learned.

Module 8: End of Course

The Final exam includes 20 questions from a question bank and allows for 2 attempts. If you have an unsuccessful attempt feel free to review the content before proceeding to the last attempt. Certification is only acquired with a passing mark of 80%

Details
Detection and Control of Flammable and Toxic Atmospheres
$99.95 CAD

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