Training/H2S Alive


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The H2S Alive Course trains people on how to be safe around H2S.

We want our members to have this training as part of our protocol for responding in H2S incidents.

From Enfocom website:

This one-day course is intended for all workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide (H2S). The primary focus is to provide generic H2S course content to help workers work safely in and around H2S environments. The course covers the physical properties and health hazards of H2S, how to protect oneself and basic rescue techniques. Each student is required to operate a self-contained breathing apparatus and a detector tube device, and to perform CPR and rescue lift and drag exercises.

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  • Shell via Global Training
By arrangement with Shell Waterton and Global Training, H2S Alive is offered to all PCSAR members at no charge (paid by Shell). To sign-up, contact Global Training at 403-627-1874. Courses are available twice each month. Global will verify your PCSAR membership and register you for a course. When you have completed the course, please note it on your personnel record.

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Twice every month, via Global Training (see Sources).

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