H2S Safety Services

Trojan Safety Services is a leading H2S safety service provider for emergency response, critical sour drilling and completion operations and plant turnarounds for the oil and gas industry in Western Canada and the territories. The H2S Safety Supervisor’s primary responsibility is the safety of all personnel on site. The primary role of an H2S Safety Supervisor is to ensure crew safety while the threat of H2S gas has the potential to be present.

Our H2S industrial safety services are accomplished by utilizing state-of-the-art equipment such as air trailers containing compressed breathing air and electronic gas monitoring and personal gas monitoring equipment. Pack training and man down drills are done on a regular basis to ensure that each crew member knows the proper procedures and the roles they will play in the event of an emergency.

The Safety Supervisor of an H2S safety services company maintains an accurate head count and controls site access so that they will be able to account for all on-site personnel in the case an emergency happens. When a visitor comes on-site, the Supervisor will explain the potential hazards and where all the proper muster points are. The Supervisor will take part in the daily safety meeting so that the potential threats can be discussed.

Trojan operates a modern fleet of pickups, breathing air trailers, gas monitoring equipment and mobile office trailers. Onsite equipment includes Scott breathing apparatus, Otis (Gen 2) and Ray (Mesh Guard) gas detection equipment.

For more information please contact our local branch office.

Safety Supervisors

Minimum Qualifications:

Additional Training May Include:


  • Drilling operations
  • Critical sour operations
  • Completions
  • Workovers
  • Pipeline construction
  • Facility construction
  • Plant turnarounds
  • Plant maintenance
  • Confined space planning
  • Confined space rescue
  • Emergency response planning
  • Emergency response backup
  • On-site inspections
  • Safety program development


Standard Air Trailer Equipment:  

  • 10 x 320 cubic foot cascading air system
  • 2 x High pressure two-way regulator and fill hose
  • 2 x SCBA Packs (Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus)
  • 5 x SABA Packs (Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus)
  • 2 x Spare SCBA air cylinders
  • 1 x Low pressure 6-way manifold
  • 1 x Low pressure 3 way splitter
  • 1 x 20lb fire extinguisher
  • 1 x Fit test kit
  • 1 x Windsock and wind indicators
  • 1 x Gastec piston gas detector w/ 50 tubes
  • 2 x Briefing area signs
  • 1 x Lease entry signs
  • 1 x Flare pistol w/ 10 flares
  • 900 feet of breathing air hose

Standard Air Skid Equipment:  

  • 4 x 320 cubic foot cascading air system
  • 1 x High pressure two stage regulator and fill hose
  • 1 x SCBA
  • 4 x SABA
  • 1 x Fit test kit
  • 1 x 6-way manifold
  • 450 ft. Breathing air hose

Remote Gas Detection:  

  • Otis (Gen 2)
  • V-Ray MeshGuard

Lease Entry/Office Trailers:  

  • Available! Call for details

Trojan Safety Locations

3 Locations Servicing Western Canada

With locations in:
Fort St. John
, Grande Prairie, and Sylvan Lake, Trojan Safety’s industrial safety experts are set up to respond quickly to your safety certification and training needs throughout Western Canada.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The first step in an emergency response plan for H2S is to evacuate all personnel in the area. Then, call an H2S safety service provider, like Trojan Safety. From there, our team of certified H2S responders will isolate the exposed gases and assess the overall situation. The team will then monitor the gas in the facility and take the next steps depending on the severity of the emergency.

H2S is a result of organic material breaking down in an oxygen free environment. It occurs in sewers, swamps, oil and gas sites, as well as many other environments.

The first step is to ensure all personnel on site are properly trained to identify and respond to H2S. Then, specialized equipment including gas monitors that are specifically designed to detect H2S in ppm (parts per million) can be set up, and/or attached to the clothing of onsite personnel. If H2S is detected, and cannot be contained, workers can work “under air”. Utilizing one of Trojan’s air trailers, workers will use SCBA’s or SABA’s to provide safe breathing air.

Yes. We offer H2S Alive safety training and H2S Alive blended renewal courses in our training facility in Fort St.John.