Sulfiric acid

  • Risk

In the course of hydrogen sulphide, also known as hydrogen sulfide gas; describes the general properties and their behaviour, as well as ways of detecting it, the prevention measures and the use of adequate protective equipment for risks, in order to preserve the physical integrity of the worker, since, being a gas highly dangerous, it is important to have hydro-acid emergency response training.


At the end of the course, participants should identify the properties and sources of H2S, as well as learn how to control exposure risks. They will also be enabled with searchable actions to inspect, store, use and place the breathing apparatus available for use, and always in accordance with the procedures. Each participant must be able to identify the emergency procedures of a response plan during an emergency with H2S.


Training, being in the theoretical-practical modality, will allow the participant to have an understanding of the dangers involved in hydrogen sulphide and react appropriately to the presence of a leak or prolonged exposure, the use of correct autonomous breathing equipment and controls.

Aimed at:

Oil industry, brewery, companies engaged in the treatment of organic waste, stagnant water, wastewater treatment stations, fishing vessel bilges, fish oil storage ponds and stuff like that.

Registered with the STPS.

Accredited to the IADC.

Unit 1 - Spreads of sulphuric gas

Unit 2 - Exposure risks to H2S

Unit 3 - H2S Detection Equipment

Unit 4 - Respiratory protection

Unit 5 - H2S Emergency Response Plan

  • Juan Arturo García

Certified instructor.

Application sector:

  • Oil industry
  • Brewers industry
  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Fish oil storage ponds and stuff like that.

Equipo a utilizar:

  • Gas monitor
  • Autonomous breathing equipment

Teaching material provided:

  • Participant Handbook
  • Pen
  • Mark text
  • Personifier

Course level:

Basic Level

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