Duration: 1 day

Course Objectives and Benefits

This course is intended to provide trainees with sufficient knowledge of using, maintaining, bump testing and calibrating a gas detector pre-entry a possible hazardous confined space. Therefore, this knowledge will help them prevent possible human accidents or property damage/loss caused by ignorance of hazardous environment and misuse of a gas detector.

Course Highlights

Risk of fire explosion; fire triangle; flammable limit; flammable gas properties
Risk of poisoning when exposed to Hydrogen Sulphide or Carbon Monoxide
Risk of suffocation
Area classification
Defining confined space
Presenting likely hazards encountered in confined spaces
Learning to deal with confined spaces
Pre-entry checks to determine hazards
Continuous atmospheric monitoring when in confined space
Maintenance of a gas detector
Bump test of a gas detector
Calibration of a gas detector

Who Should Attend
Marine personnel who need to understand computers and their applications with basic or no experience on such matters.

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