Gas Detector User

Overview Gas detectors (or gas monitors) are critical pieces of safety equipment used to protect life and property. Using visual and audible alarms, they warn users of atmospheric hazards including dangerous levels of toxic and explosive gases and low oxygen levels. Personal and area gas detectors offer a trustworthy solution for detecting gases that may be invisible and odorless.
The training course explains the basics for the use, calibration and daily maintenance of the current portable gas detectors and their accessories.
Duration/Length 1 hour
Target Audience Employees who will need to use gas detection occasionally or regularly
CFR Reference 29 CFR 1910.146; 29 CFR 1926.1100
Pre-requisites None
Course Format Classroom & Hands-on
Course Objectives • Fundamentals of gas detection
• Sensor principles, calibration and adjustment
• Intended use of gas detectors
• Expectations
• Operation
• Button Overview
• switch on/off
• Operational Screens
• user menus
• Location services
• Identify alarms, notices and errors
• Charging battery
• Docking station use
• Pumped unit & Extended Probe use