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Compressed Gases in Laboratory Training Programs and Courses

Compressed Gases in Laboratory

There are hundreds of laboratories that use or store gas cylinders in the work area daily and can be extremely dangerous if used or handled improperly. There is also strict governmental regulated guidelines that laboratories must follow, one of the requirements is that all laboratory employees must be trained on how to handle Compressed Gas Cylinders. Our "Handling Compressed Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory" examine how gas cylinders "work", the hazards that are associated with them and the need for caution when using or storing a cylinder. Each training video is available in VHS and DVD format, as well as English or Spanish. Other topics covered in these products include: The four ways to compress gases, Hazards associated with compressed gases, Proper storage procedures, Marking and labeling, Handling cylinders safely, Connections and fittings, Leak detection, and more.

Related training topics that will work in conjunction with Compressed Gas: Lock out Tag/Out, OSHA Right to Know, Personal Protection Equipment Training, PPE Supplies, Safety Posters

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