Hydrogen Sulfide, or H2S, is known as the “Silent Killer” because you can’t see or smell it, and it’s so powerful that it can kill you with just one breath.
Protect your workers with this lifesaving training that teaches how to control the hazard and how workers can protect themselves.
Which Industries need H2S Training?
Oil & Gas Industry: Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream
- Oil and natural gas wells; in refineries, where H2S is removed from natural gas and oil
- Pipelines and tankers used to carry unrefined petroleum: Shale Shaker Areas, Fluid Treatment Areas, Rig Floor, Belle Nipple, Mud Tanks, Mud Pump Areas, Storage Tanks, Wellhead, Cellar, Drilling Floor, Pump Houses, Gas Processors, Manure Tanks & Ponds, Plug Flow Digesters, Storage Tanks, Transportation (trucks, barges and rail cars)
- Underground Natural Gas Storage Facilities
Pulp and Paper Industry
- H2S is a by-product of wood breaking down into pulp in making paper, fertilizers, glues, dyes, plastic wrap, etc.
- Underground Utilities and Excavation work in swamps or landfills, Wastewater/Sewage Industry, sewers, septic tanks, and sewage treatment plants.
- Manure tanks, bogs, swamps, and other places where organic material breaks down without oxygen.
- Mining, tunnels, coke ovens, coal-fired plants, and animal processing plants.
H2S Clear for Energy Course Detail
- Course length: 3-4 hours
- Delivery method: Available in-person and through instructor-led distance learning
- Timeline: Training is required annually
- Meets standards:
- ANSI/ASSE Z390.1-2017
- OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134 & CFR 1926
- API RP 49
- API RP 55
- BSEE 30 CFR 250.490
- MMS 250.490
- The Railroad Commission of Texas
- ACGIH’s New TLV
- Upon completion: Trainees are issued a physical and digital Veriforce photo ID card and entered into the Veriforce training database
Ensure your workforce understands what to do in case of H2S exposure.
Upon successful completion of this course and competency exam, participants will have the knowledge and skill necessary to work in H2S environments when coupled with an effective company-specific Respiratory Protection program that conforms to 29 CFR 1910.134.
- Buddy System
- Burning, Flaring, and Venting
- Characteristics of Hydrogen Sulfide
- Chemical Properties
- Corrective Actions and Shutdown Procedures
- Dispersion Models
- Effects of Hydrogen Sulfide on Metals
- Emergency Response and Evacuation
- Emerging Technology
- Engineering Controls
- First Aid and Post-exposure Evaluation
- Hydrogen Sulfide in Confined Spaces
- Hazard Communication for Hydrogen Sulfide
- Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide and Sulfur Dioxide
- Health Effects
- Ignition Sources
- Methods for Detecting and Monitoring
- Operation of Safety Equipment and Life Support Systems
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Physical Properties
- Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
- Rescue Techniques
- Respiratory Protection
- Sources of Hydrogen Sulfide
- State and Federal Regulatory Requirements
- Warning Signs
- Warning Systems
- Well Control (Drilling Operations)
- Wind Direction
- Work Procedures
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