Compressed Gas Cylinders - 2111449
Overview
In this training course workers learn how to safely work with or around compressed gas cylinders. When gas is compressed to fit into a cylinder a great amount of pressure is produced, creating a hazard if the cylinder should become damaged. Compressed gas cylinders may be dangerous if they leak and the gas is hazardous. A leaking cylinder also creates a fire hazard or risk of explosion.

By taking the proper precautions and handling cylinders safely, accidents can be avoided. Topics covered in the course include an explanation of hazards, handling and storing cylinders, mechanisms and fittings and how to handle leaks. Use this training course to help your workers utilize safe work practices when working with compressed gas cylinders

Audience
Anyone working around compressed gas cylinders.

(Even though this video is presented in an industrial setting, the principals taught can be implemented by all those working with compressed gas cylinders; including laboratory workers.)

Time Required
11 to 14 minutes
Topics Covered
• Introduction
• Hazards
• Handling and Storage
• Mechanisms and Fittings
• Leaks
• Conclusion