Detection and Control of Flammable Substances Course by Energy Safety Canada
Course Length: 6 to 8 Hours
Start Time: 8:00 am sharp
Cost: $200 + GST
Location: Trojan Safety Training Centre, 11116 Tahltan Road, Fort St. John, BC
The Fort St. John detection and control of flammable substances course is an all-day training session that provides oil and gas industry workers with the skills and knowledge on proper detection practices using catalytic detection instruments, how to control flammable substances, and how to assess hazards, to help them complete the flammable substances detection exam. Upon successful completion of the exam, participants will receive a permanent certificate that will be valid for 3 years..
To register and complete the Fort St. John detection and control of flammable substances certification course, participants will need to have:
- Photo ID, or 2 non-photo gov’t issued ID’s
This training enables participants to identify flammable substances and potentially hazardous atmospheres, and learn proper precautionary measures. The course topics include:
- Introduction to flammable substances
- Principles of flammable gas/vapour
- Care and preparation of combustible gas monitors
- Sampling strategies and interpretation of monitor readings
- Control methods for high combustible gas readings
Please let us know at least 24 hours (1 business day) before your course date if you need to cancel your booking, otherwise, you will be charged a $100 No-Show fee.
Detection and Control of Flammable Substances Course Calendar
Use the calendar below to find the Fort St. John detection and control of flammable substances training date and time that suits you. Click on the course date to go to the registration page.
Frequently Asked Questions
The detection of flammable substances course is a training program that teaches participants how to control hazardous, flammable gases or vapours that could cause a fire. In the course, students will learn how to use various equipment that identifies types of gases and the safest way to control them.
Several gases do not typically cause a fire or explosion, including:
- Carbon dioxide
There are various gases that are flammable, including:
To learn more about flammable gases and how to properly handle them, please register for our detection of flammable substances training course.
The Fort St.John detection and control of flammable substances course is valid for three years from the issue date.