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IADC -IADC DIT - Gas Tester IADC -IADC DIT - Gas Tester

Course is Designed For:

Facility Managers, Supervisors, Employees and Employers who have responsibilities for work related to gas testing.

Course Duration:  1 Day (8 Hours per day)

Maximum Batch Size:  15 Candidates

Scope of the Course:

The aim and objectives of Gas Tester training program is to ensure that personnel preparing for a gas tester role are equipped with the knowledge to conduct gas tests for oxygen levels, flammable and toxic gases safely. This training program also equips the delegate with knowledge to conduct gas testing within confined spaces and awareness of associated confined space hazards. Candidates will also learn about relevant knowledge of gas measuring and monitoring equipment and documenting gas test results.

Topics Covered:

  • Hazards of operations within an oxygen deficient, toxic or flammable environment
  • Carrying out a suitable and sufficient risk assessment.
  • Using Safe systems of work.
  • Interpreting operational requirements
  • Hazards present in the confined space.
  • Procedures and conditions to ensure that atmospheric conditions are safe for confined space entrants.
  • Equipment required to test and monitoring the atmospheric gases.



Assessment:   Written Assessment is in the form of Multiple Choice questions and practical assessment.

Certificate:  Certificate is provided to successful candidate – valid for Lifetime.

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