H2S- TRAIN THE TRAINER COURSE OVERVIEW
This course is designed for individuals who are required to train others on the hazards of hydrogen sulfide exposure. OSHA states that a measure of the competence of an instructor is the successful completion of a train-the-trainer program with training specific to the topics they will teach. This course prepares the individual to instruct on all aspects of hydrogen sulfide: where it is found, how it can be detected, primary hazards, proper protective equipment as well as means of escape. The session explores causes, prevention and properties of different H2S exposure environments. Delegates will also learn training conventions and strategies so as to deliver effective sessions.
After completing this course participants will learn about:
- What Hydrogen Sulphide is, its health effects, and the short and long term effects on the body
- The delegates will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to train on the dangers of hydrogen sulfide in the oil and gas industry, waste treatment plants or any other location where toxic levels of H2S can be found.
- Gas detection, and includes how to function test and calibrate an electronic monitor.
- How to protect yourself using PPE such as self-contained breathing apparatus or SCBA, and Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus, or SCABA.
- The Emergency response planning and what first aid steps to provide in a first aid emergency
- Develop techniques to overcome barriers to learning
- How to handle slow learners and fast learners
- Learn to construct assessments to validate the learning
- What are Different Body language in the classroom
- Gain techniques for providing encouragement and coaching
- How to make the training program more lively and effective
- Create post-course evaluation forms
- Evaluate their peers and also receive feedback