The Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Instructor Development course provides qualified candidate instructors with crucial knowledge surrounding the delivery of H2S training. During training participants not only receive delivery techniques from seasoned professionals, each is provided with updated technical information as well. Once training is completed, candidate instructors will have the ability to explain the hazards associated with H2S and describe how federal and state H2S regulatory standards along with other established industry criteria link together to reduce the potential of exposure and risks involved with H2S. Candidate instructors will also practice the delivery of assigned sections during class covering various areas of expertise to include, petroleum and natural gas industries, utilities, research and development, laboratories, transportation, paper/pulp/food processing, chemical manufacturing, leather tanning, waste disposal.
In order to participate in the PRT106 Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Instructor Development course, the participant must download, complete, and sign the Student Qualification Form located in the Resource Box to the right. Once complete, submit the form to the TEEX Customer Care Service prior to enrolling in the course.
By signing and submitting this form, the participant attests that he/she possesses an awareness level understanding of Hydrogen Sulfide, including the following topics:
- Properties and characteristics of H2S
- Sources of H2S and areas of potential exposure
- Typical safe work practices associated with H2S operations
- Detection methods of H2S
- H2S engineering and mitigation controls
- Properties, characteristics, and safe work practices of sulfur dioxide SO2
- Selection, use, and care of personal protective equipment (to include respiratory protection) associated with H2S environments
- Rescue techniques and first aid procedures for victims of H2S exposure
Participants should have an operational knowledge of the basics of H2S.
TopicsPhysical and chemical properties of H2S +Safe work procedures for hydrogen sulfide +Federal and state regulations and consensus standards +ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 +Contingency and emergency response plans +Dispersion models +Burning and flaring attributes and hazards +Methods of detection and monitoring +Human physiology and respiratory protection +Training techniques
- Safety Industry Professionals, Technicians and Coordinators
- Industry Training Professionals
- Environmental Industry Professionals
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