Gas Detection

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview


This Gas Detection course provides
information and helps build skills around the detection and control of
flammable and toxic gases for potentially dangerous work sites. The course meets
requirements as outlined in IRP 18 and IRP 7 for wellsite supervisor for gas
detection training.


Content includes
exploring the features and operations of the most common detector tube devices
(bellows and piston), and gas monitors (continuous gas, combustible gas, fixed
continuous). Participants will learn about explosive ranges, toxic atmospheres,
oxygen levels, flammable substances and control, principles of flammable gas,
vapour detection, and much more.


This course is
suited for anyone entering a job site that requires any type of gas detection


Learning Objectives


Upon completion of
the course, participants will be able to:


Recognize why gas detection training is important

Identify common types of detector tube devices and their safe

Identify combustible gas monitors and they work

Identify fixed continuous monitors

Understand the process of gas detection and how to use
detection equipment


Course Format


This is a
self-paced online course that you can exit and resume at any time. Comprised of
eight modules, the course includes
interactive practice exercises that reinforce key
concepts, offering you an opportunity to gauge your understanding of the course
content. The exercises do
 not count
toward your test score and can be revisited as needed. Average course completion
time is between 90 minutes to four hours.


Evaluation and


Testing is designed
to reinforce the course information. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to
receive a certificate of completion. Participants may repeat the course twice
if the passing mark is not achieved.


Upon successful
completion of this course, you will be issued a certificate. This certificate
is for the sole use and benefits of the Bearer for the purpose of acknowledging
that the Bearer has successfully completed the course described and is
non-transferable. By signing the front of the certificate, the Bearer further
acknowledges, agrees and assumes full responsibility for its use. By completing
the course in its entirety and passing the final exam the Bearer fully agrees
that he or she understands the information received in the course and any
wrongful information given to others and or actions taken are the full
responsibility of the Bearer of this certificate, and the course owner is not
liable in anyway.


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