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Critical to worker safety, gas detection training is often covered to an adequate level on other courses, such as confined space training. However, there are situations that are not necessarily in confined spaces where special gas hazards exist and risks need to be mitigated by adequate safety training. Hydrogen sulphide in the oil and gas industry is one example where H2S Hazard awareness training is essential.

Covering theory, limitations, application, and practical use of gas detection instruments, our training will ensure that users are confident in the use of equipment in the situations they are faced with at work.

Find out more about our onsite and mobile training facilities.

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