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Hydrogen Sulfide: Train-the-Trainer Course (HST) - Classroom November 15-16, 2018 - San Antonio
* * * Three or more students from the same company will receive a $100.00/person discount if signing up for the same course and location. * * *
The NASP/IASP Hydrogen Sulfide Safety: Train-the-Trainer Course (HST) Description:
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety: Train-the-Trainer Course (HST) This course includes all material to provide training in-house including powerpoints, student handouts and testing.
This course is designed for individuals who are required to train others on the hazards of hydrogen sulfide exposure. OSHA states that a measure of the competence of an instructor is the successful completion of a train-the-trainer program with training specific to the topics they will teach. This is described in ANSI Z390.1 2017. This course prepares the individual to instruct on all aspects of hydrogen sulfide: where it is found, how it can be detected, primary hazards, proper protective equipment as well as means of escape.
The student will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to train on the dangers of hydrogen sulfide in the oil and gas industry, waste treatment plants or any other location where toxic levels of H2S can be found. He will be able to design and to prepare an H2S course and disseminate information for individuals potentially exposed to this dangerous gas. Individual will obtain a mastery of the chemical and toxicological effects of H2S as well as means for proper instrumentation, PPE and procedures for evacuation in the event of a release. Individual will also qualify to issue certificates of completion of students who have received their instruction.
Hotel and Classroom Information:
The host hotel (and training venue) is the Hampton Inn & Suites. The hotel is located at 34935 I-10 West Boerne, Texas 78006. Please contact the hotel directly at 830-816-8800 to book your discounted room and for any other hotel pricing questions.
A refresher course and exam will be required every three (3) years. The cost of this recertification is $300.
If you are unable to attend this live classroom course, an online version of this class is available here.