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    H2S Safety

    Course Summary

    • This H2S Training course helps fulfill the training requirements of ANSI Z390.1.
    • API Recommended Practice 49, and the OSHA General Duty clause. 
    Course Objective
    • Identify the hazards associated with hydrogen sulfide 
    • List the major properties of hydrogen sulfide 
    • Name common sources of hydrogen sulfide 
    • Discuss facility engineering controls 
    • Discuss safe workplace practices involving hydrogen sulfide 
    • Describe the importance of confined space entry procedures 
    • List H2S exposure limits and the PPE’s requirement for each limit 
    • Recognize symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure 
    • Recognize warning signals for hydrogen sulfide detection systems to be used 
    • Describe the correct use of monitoring equipment 
    • Rescue and first aid techniques for victims of hydrogen sulfide exposure 
    • Name the essential parts of a hydrogen sulfide contingency plan 
    • Explain the significance of wind direction indicators
    Activities
    • Classroom with Theory
    • Practical Implementation 
    • Demonstrate operation of SCBA (30 Min) and EEBA (10 Min)

    Topics Covered

    • H2S explained
    • How H2S is produced
    • Chemical, scientific, and other common names
    • Physical characteristics
    • Color & Odor
    • Solubility
    • Vapor density
    • Flammability hazards
    • Corrosive
    • Exposure hazards
    • H2S effects on humans
    • Exposure risks
    • Permissible exposure limits
    • OSHA standards
    • NIOSH standards
    • Industry practices
    • Occurrence of H2S
    • Industrial areas
    • Natural deposits
    • H2S detection
    • Electric H2S gas detectors
    • Other H2S gas detection methods
    • Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Basic requirements
    • Respiratory protective equipment
    • Safe work practices
    • Implementation of the buddy system
    • Engineering controls
    • H2S containment
    • Ventilation
    • Removal
    • Contingency planning
    • Definition
    • Personnel guidelines
    • Emergency response
    • Emergency plan
    • Rescue cases

    • All worker who encounters H2S - Drilling Crew and all service provider
    • Search and Rescue Team Members

    Topics Covered

    • H2S explained
    • How H2S is produced
    • Chemical, scientific, and other common names
    • Physical characteristics
    • Color & Odor
    • Solubility
    • Vapor density
    • Flammability hazards
    • Corrosive
    • Exposure hazards
    • H2S effects on humans
    • Exposure risks
    • Permissible exposure limits
    • OSHA standards
    • NIOSH standards
    • Industry practices
    • Occurrence of H2S
    • Industrial areas
    • Natural deposits
    • H2S detection
    • Electric H2S gas detectors
    • Other H2S gas detection methods
    • Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Basic requirements
    • Respiratory protective equipment
    • Safe work practices
    • Implementation of the buddy system
    • Engineering controls
    • H2S containment
    • Ventilation
    • Removal
    • Contingency planning
    • Definition
    • Personnel guidelines
    • Emergency response
    • Emergency plan
    • Rescue cases

    • There is no prerequisite for this course.


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