Gas Detection Training - Course Dates

Gas Detection Training

The biggest killer in a confined space is the atmosphere.  The only way to determine atmospheric quality is through gas detection.  Remember your nose is only an odour detector, it does not detect gas.  The gases we are looking for fall under the categories of toxic, flammable and oxygen excess or deficiency…

Courses are conducted on the last Tuesday from 8:30am to 2pm.  

Learning Outcomes
  • Be capable of explaining how the respiratory system works and how certain toxic gases effect persons that are exposed to them
  • Be capable of assessing the hazards associated with toxic, explosive and oxygen deficient or enriched environments
  • Be able to operate, zero/span, delete data, recall data, accuracy check and safely use gas detection equipment
  • Arrange for professional assistance when required to evaluate atmospheric hazards due to the situation being beyond the individual or organisations capabilities.
Training overview

During the training all staff will recieve a manual, and will practically operate common 4 gas monitors.

Upon successful completion of the training, the participant will recieve a certificate of competency in:

MSMWHS217                 Gas Test Atmospheres

Please print off your Gas Test pre course reading notes here Gas Pre Course Notes

Issued through RTO Safety Training,  RTO #40992

This programme is conducted on the last Tuesday from 8:30am to 2pm.  If you have a number of people requiring this training, we may be able to set up a specific training time for you, either at our site or yours.

We suggest that attendees bring the company’s gas monitor for specific hands on training. Otherwise we use the GX2009,  IMPACT & MICROCLIP GAS MONITORS and re-enforce the standard operating steps taken in the use of all gas monitors.

The course fee is $265pp

Course Paperwork

Course Attendance Letter GAS

PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH, AND MUST BE ABLE TO FILL OUT ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTATION.  We can train people where English is an issue, but it needs to be on a specially scheduled programme and YOU WILL NEED TO provide an interpreter..