Knowing the hazards associated with the gases your employees handle & the necessary precautions is imperative to maintain a safe working environment!!!
Intensive Workshop on February 21st, 2020
Compressed gas hazards are varied, from the physical properties of the gases themselves, to the potential dangers associated with handling cylinders, to the special precautions necessary to safely move or store gas cylinders. Knowing the hazards associated with the gases your employees handle and the necessary precautions is imperative to maintain a safe working environment.
Compressed gases are present almost everywhere, from health care centers where they supply critical oxygen to patients for breathing, to manufacturing environments where gases are used in welding, chemical or analytical operations, or to fuel powered industrial vehicles. Because gas containers are common in everyday activities, many times the dangers of these cylinders are overlooked and not given appropriate safety considerations. Something as simple as a sudden release of gas from a cylinder can cause it to become a powerful missile-like projectile.
The purpose of this course is to familiarize you with compressed gases, how compressed gas cylinders work and to train you how to handle them safely. In this presentation we will review the characteristics and dangers of compressed gas cylinders, methods of inspection, as well as safe handling, storing and use!!
Familiarize you with compressed gases,
How compressed gas cylinders work and to train you
How to handle them safely
In this presentation we will review the characteristics and dangers of compressed gas cylinders
Methods of inspection, as well as safe handling, storing and use!!
วัตถุประสงค์ของหลักสูตรนี้คือ ทำเกิดความคุ้นเคยเรื่องความปลอดภัยกับก๊าซอัดแรงดันอุตสาหกรรม วิธีการทำงานกับท่ออัดก๊าซและฝึกให้ท่านทั้งหลาย รู้วิธีจัดการกับสิ่งเหล่านี้ได้อย่างปลอดภัย หลักสูตรนี้เราจะทบทวนลักษณะและอันตรายของระบบท่ออัดก๊าซ วิธีการตรวจสอบตลอดจนการจัดการจัดเก็บและใช้งานอย่างปลอดภัย !!
Who Should Attend?
Hazardous Facility Managers
Operations, Safety and Senior Engineers – All disciplines
Integrity and Asset Management Professionals
Hazardous Facility Operators and Maintenance Personnel
Government Regulators / Authorities
Emergency Response Personnel
Risk Management Managers
All staff or whose activities involve working with compressed gases and connecting regulators in a laboratory environment should attend this course.
OUR WORKSHOP LEADER:
Mr. Sarawut Chenchom / Project Safety, Security Health & Environment Manager (SSHEM) for Gas Separation Plant, Petrochemical Plant Power Plant, Other Construction Project
Mr. Sarawut Chenchom is more than 25 years of hands on and study experiences with construction and project controls, process and plant construction leadership. Well organization and detail oriented as a Supervisor Project Security, Safety Health & Environment Manager (Project SSHE Manager). Safety Operation and control Hazardous Waste and spill controls, all aspects, HAZOP, Qualitative Risk Assessment team Fire and environment Operations. Quality Control, Quality Analysis for new Construction Plant, Expansions, Debottleneck and other project in the Map Tha Phut Thailand.
About His Safety Construction Experiences:
Gas Separation Plant Project , Petrochemical Plant Project , Administration Complex Project, Power plant Hydride Technology Plant Project , King river park project , Expansion Plant Project , Debottleneck Project , Cluster Flare Project , New Boiler Project , Central Laboratory Project , Byproduct Value Added Project , Convert Heavy Gas To Olefins Plant Project Olefins, Polymer Facility & Construction Plant Project. The Cogeneration Power Plant.
Excellence written and Oral Communication, Strong, Management and Supervision Skills, Training and Employee Safety Programs, Procedure, Technical Writing and Drawing, Fire Fighting Chemical Release Control Skills, Bilingual, Read and write/ Thai., Computer Literate with Windows 2010 with Microsoft Application.
More information, please contact +662 117 3383, +662 050 8151 or email, please Click Here.