The safety training offered by Northlink Safety Training & Services on detection and control of flammable substances is highly recognized by all the top oil and gas companies in BC and all of Canada on how flammable gases and substances can easily be detected and controlled without causing any damage to the immediate environment in the event of a leak. In this course, you will be exposed to a wide range of detectors and monitors. You will as well be introduced to numerous hazardous gases coupled with their explosive limit.
Who Should Be Informed on Flammable Substances?
Regardless of your discipline or the type of job you are into in your firm, once you the company makes use of gases in any of their operation, then taking this course is a must. To be more specific, this course is majorly for anyone taking a job at a firm where gas detectors are employed for safety purposes, it oftentimes considered at a prerequisite to work in the oil and gas industry.
Duration of this course
This course might be one of the shortest safety course you will be taking. The online course usually takes between 2- 8 hours. So, you might decide to spread the hours depending on your availability. At most you should be able to complete this course in three days.
At Northlink Safety Training & Services we are not restricted to the following under listed subject categories, we often times go beyond this. But as a matter of principle and to ensure that you get the best out of your training with us, the following topics will be considered
• Introduction to flammable gases and substances
• Working principle of flammable gases
• Working principle of different types of flammable substances
• Installation of gas detectors coupled with the Detection and Control of Flammable Substances
(you will be introduced to various methods of detection and control)
• Installation of gas monitors
• Methods of gas control for different combustible ranges
Benefits of taking this course
At the end of this course, you will be able to do the following
• How to monitor hazardous gases
• How to assess and control hazardous gases
In all you do, safety must always come first. Why not gives us a call today at Northlink Safety Training & Services. We are sure to give value to every of your pennies spent.