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Using Compressed Cylinder Gases Safely (Non Oxy-fuel)

This e-learning workshop is for individuals who use cylinder gases and equipment in a wide range of applications. Typically this may be in a laboratory or research environment however the training is designed to meet the needs of most cylinder gas users except:

The training provides information on the safe use, handling and storage of gas cylinders and associated equipment, including an optional module covering the operation of fixed gas supply manifold systems.

Learners are tested by means of a quiz at the end of each module within the e-learning workshop. A minimum pass rate is required in order to receive certification.

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The fee for this workshop is £54.50 + vat per learner including online certification and support documentation. We offer discounts for purchases of more than 10 training access codes, click here for further information.

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Using Compressed Cylinder Gases Safely (Non Oxy-Fuel)

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What our customers say

“We are very pleased with the way our staff have been able to easily access your online gas cylinder safety courses. The validity of having employees who have recently reaffirmed and/or updated their training and awareness regarding gas cylinder safety, storage and use will certainly help to assure our clients and our insurance company.”

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