Posted: 1 Jun '19

Our H2S Alive Training Course Will Teach You How to Stay Safe and Alive

Do you work in the gas and oil industry or other industries where H2S is a concern? Then you are at higher risks of Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) gas poisoning. 

What is Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) gas?

H2S is a highly poisonous, flammable, explosive and colorless gas produced by decaying of organic matter in limited oxygen. You can quickly detect the gas by its rotten egg odor though it quickly kills your sense of smell which is quite fatal hence the need for H2S alive training course Edmonton.

The Canadian petroleum industry requires that all employees working in industries where contact with H2S is highly likely, to pursue H2S alive training course which will minimize deaths and injuries resulting from exposure to the highly toxic gas while likewise maintaining safe working conditions.  Our H2S alive training course will teach you how to stay safe and alive.

Symptoms of H2S poisoning

Exposure to as little as 0.07 % of the sulphide gas, causes the following exposure risks;

  • Unconscious
  • Coma
  • Convulsions
  • Shock
  • Eyes, nose, and throat irritation
  • Loss of breath, etc.

Why Do You Need an H2S Alive Training Course?

1. Easy Detection of the H2S Gas

Your body may react differently to someone else’ when exposed to the same concentrations of H2S. The different reactions make it difficult to detect the H2S gas in which case you may mistakenly rule H2S out, and the extended exposure may lead to death.

Our H2S Alive Training Course will teach you the characteristics of the heavier-than-air gas. Further, you will become familiar with the hazards and fatalities while acquiring skills on how to detect, monitor, and arrest the effects of the gas using specialized equipment thus saving lives.

2. Better Business Performance

Since H2S Alive Training helps workers to get the job done safely without incident, signing up your employees for the training will help your organization attract more profitable contracts.

Employees working in sulphide-prone areas will be able to do every job to completion and return home safe. This could give you a competitive edge over your rivals in the gas and petroleum industry.


Our H2S alive training course will teach you how to stay safe and alive when pursuing your career in wastewater treatment, gas and oil production or any other related industry.

Contact us now for more information on H2S alive training course Edmonton.

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