H2S Certification

(Length: 4-5 hours)

The attendee to the class will become familiar with the dangers associated with entering into and working safely in an H2S environment. The key objective is to educate the participant about the physical and chemical properties, toxicity, concentration levels, personal protective equipment use, detection measures, rescue, and first aid.

The attendee will be required to successfully complete a written evaluation of the information presented during this training session in accordance with the ANSI Z390.1-2006 (R2010) Standard.


This course is designed for personnel with "hands-on" work on and around equipment which may be exposed to an H2S environment. Common locations are oil and gas facilities, rigs, sewer systems, refineries, gas plants, land fills, waste water treatment plants and compressor stations.


1) What is H2S 2) Common Industrial Sites 3) Properties and Characteristics of H2S 4) Concentrations / Toxic Levels 5) Case Studies and Videos 6) H2S Effects on Individuals 7) Detection and Monitoring 8) Contingency and Emergency Response Plans 9) Personal Protective Equipment 10) Rescue, First Aid Techniques and Post Exposure Evaluation 11) Final Exam

The successful participant will receive a wallet sized, laminated H2S Certification Card valid for a period of one year.