Guard the Environment as Well as the Community
The petroleum industry saw the requirement to guard the environment as well as the community from sour gas releases after a lot of blowouts in the late 1970s and early 80s. Read more..
March 21, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Allstar Enviro Safety is pleased to announce the launch of its own new site: safetyclasses.ca. The petroleum industry saw the requirement to guard the environment as well as the community from sour gas releases after a lot of blowouts in the late 1970s and early 80s and produced the H2S Alive module.
This incident spawned a creation of new oil and gas safety regulations. They were designated dangerous drilling places and tagged by the petroleum and gas industry as possibly risky wells. Sophisticated security precautions at the well where mandated, together with a requirement for wide-ranging and continuing educational activity for workers at these wells.
The same firm had experienced a significant blowout in the same gas field five years before.
The regulatory and public outcry was extreme. Ironically, the odor of h2S rotten eggs may be smelled as far away as Winnipeg, almost 1500 kilometers away. Because of this, the H2S Alive class was created. Recently, edition 7 has arrived. It is a 6-8 hour training course occurs in a classroom, and was created to provide the training and knowledge workers require to run a risk assessment and control the hazards in a hydrogen sulphide gas environment. A short-term ticket is supplied upon successful conclusion of the hypothesis, group scenarios and physical abilities. A closed-book test demands a 70% pass mark. A permanent ticket is sent shortly after the program. This lesson is presented by All Star Enviro Safety in Calgary Alberta. They have on H2S Arliss Levine #239 B, 4999 43rd St. SE Calgary AB T2B 3N4 403-228-7966