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The Gas Monitoring and Calibration Awareness for Construction online safety course from ClickSafety is an introductory-level training that focuses on the instruments used to protect construction personnel from unseen hazards in the work environment. Throughout this natural gas safety training, participants can expect to learn the reasons and methodology behind proper instrument maintenance and calibration.
NOTICE: Participants can expect to discuss OSHA’s bulletin, “Verification of Calibration for Direct-Reading Portable Gas Monitors” – SHIB 05-04-2004.
ClickSafety’s Gas Monitoring and Calibration Awareness for Construction online training covers the risk of illness or injury on the jobsite due to respiratory hazards caused by oxygen deficiency caused by the presence of toxic gasses. Additionally, participants will learn the importance of gas monitoring and the proper training required to ensure safety on the jobsite. Specific course topics include the following:
Gas monitoring instruments
Instrument inaccuracy and responsiveness
Calibration, accuracy, and calibration drift
Types of calibration
Gas monitoring and calibration review
Specific industry terms covered throughout the course include the following:
The Gas Monitoring and Calibration Awareness for Construction training is designed for all construction employees of all levels who may work with or around gas monitoring and calibration. Individuals who will specifically benefit from this course include the following:
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ClickSafety’s Gas Monitoring and Calibration Awareness for Construction online course provides fundamental recommendations for gas monitoring and calibration on the construction jobsite. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Understand the inherent risks and respiratory hazards that may be associated with toxic gasses on the jobsite
Know the need for proper and efficient gas monitoring and calibration
Be aware of detection technology and products that exist to minimize risk and injury
Know how to properly verify the accuracy and efficiency of gas detection equipment on the jobsite