Propane Cylinder Exchange
Propane cylinders are one of the most common methods of transporting fuel in the manufacturing industry. In this session, participants will learn about all aspects of correctly interacting with propane cylinders, and discuss the various hazards that can be avoided if the proper safety measures are observed when doing so.
Propane cylinders are one of the most common methods of loading and transporting fuel in the manufacturing industry. If improperly handled, though, they can cause major damage to employees, property, and machinery. In this brief session, participants will learn about all aspects of correctly interacting with propane cylinders, and discuss the various hazards that can be avoided if the proper safety measures are observed when doing so.
Participants will also examine the various equipment and tools necessary to handle and extract fuel from propane cylinders, and will have the opportunity to employ their knowledge through a comprehensive performance evaluation. This course is ideal for manufacturing workers or managers eager to strengthen their Health and Safety practices in manufacturing environments where propane is frequently used and transported.
- Legal requirements for interacting with propane cylinders.
- The various hazards that improperly-handled propane can cause.
- Identifying and reducing the possibility of leaks.
- How to effectively store, transport, and maintain propane cylinders.
- Analysis of various propane cylinder specifications, components, and storage environments.
- Addressing damage, fires, or injury caused by propane and propane cylinders.
- Participant comprehension of course material.
DURATION: One (1) Two-Hour Session
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: Participant Facilities or In-Person Classroom
SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.
Training is available in English.
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