AUTHORISED GAS TESTING

AUTHORISED GAS TESTING

OVERVIEW:
Gas tersting onvolves testing for oxygen, toxic and flammable gases using portable gas detection equipment and is an integral part of establishing safe system of work. The authorised gas testing (AGT) e-learning course covers: gas testing procedure and practices, the procedural requirements for gas testing, the teory of combustion, characteristics of gas mixtures and the use of portable gas testing equipment. The course provides the underpinning knowledge to support competence and when combined with the supplementary practical and workplace assessment, can provide a complete methode to achieve AGT certification.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING?:
The course is aimed at personnel who will be involved in gas testing activities, authorised gas testers or those requiring knowledge of gas testing practices.

FEATURES:
• Provides underpinning knowledge for the AGT1 unit of competence
• Proven generic course used by many leading oil and gas companies
• Case studies based on real life incidents
• Continous assessment throughout course
• Automatic remediation of incorrectly answered questions
• Interactive worked examples based on workplace scenarios
• High quality illustration-based animations
• Can be tailored to reflect a specific company’s procedures and methods
• Integrated trainee results management system

TRAINING MATERIAL OUTLINE:
1. introduction to gas testing
 Aims
 Introduction
 What is gas testing
 Why is gas testing carried out
 Case study
 Who carries out gas testing
 When is gas testing carried out
 Terminology
 Abbreviations
 summary
2. flammable gases
 aims
 the chemistry of fire
 lower explosive limit
 upper explosive limit
 explosive range
 common gases
 explosions
 explosions summary
 summary
3. toxic gases
 aims
 toxic gases & vapours
 workplace exposure lmit (WEL)
 toxic gases
 other toxic gases
 detecting toxic gases
 hydrogen sulphide (H2S)
 characteristics of H2S
 odour
 concentration of H2S
 effects of H2S on equipment
 asphyxiants
 long term health impacts
 personal protective equipment – regulatory requirements
 selecting PPE – controlling risks from hazardous gases
 selecting PPE – fitting and ergonomic factors
 use and maintenance of personal protective equipment
4. properties of gases
 aims
 gas clouds movement
 gas behaviour
 physical prperties
 relative density
 velocity
 temperature
 pressure
 dispersion
 enclosed areas
 outdoor areas and open structures
 summary
5. portable gas detection equipment
 aims
 portable and personal gas detectors
 types of portable and personal gas detectors
 gas detector principles of operation
 catalytic detectors – disadvantages
 gas detectors principles of operation
 infrared (IR) detectors – principles of operation
 infrared (IR) detectors – advantages and disadvantages
 inert atmospheres
 portable gas detectors – sampling
 when to use an aspirated detector
 portable gas detectors – basic checks
 portable gas detectors – general considerations
 portable gas detectors – temperature effects
 limitations of portable gas detectors
 erratic indications
 environments that affect readings
 off-scale readings
 aspirated detector tubes
 aspirated detector tubes – operation
 warning systems
 flammable gas alarm limits
 toxic gas alarm limits
 oxygen gas alarm limits
 personal gas detectors
 fixed gas detectors
 fixed gas detectors – positioning
 summary
6. gas testing procedures
 aims
 process plant
 hazardous areas
 zone 0
 zone 1
 zone 2
 gas testing in support of work activities
 the permit to work system – initial gas tests
 the permit to work system – repeat gas tests
 permit to work – continous gas monitoring
 permit to work – validity of gas tests
 practical gas testing
 practical gas testing – evaluation
 practical gas testing – considerations
 practical gas testing – air movement
 practical gas testing – HVAC flow paths
 practical gas testing – dealing with a suspected leak
 case study
 limitations of protective systems
 summary

VENUE : Kagum Group Hotel Bandung (Golden Flower, Banana Inn, Serela, Gino Feruci), Amaroossa Hotel, Noor Hotel, Grand Setiabudi Hotel, dll

TRAINING DURATION : 4 days

TRAINING TIME :

Januari 2024 Februari 2024 Maret 2024 April 2024
2 – 5 Januari 2024 5 – 8 Februari 2024 4 – 7 Maret 2024 1 – 4 April 2024
8 – 11 Januari 2024 12 – 15 Februari 2024 12 – 15 Maret 2024 22 – 25 April 2024
15 – 18 Januari 2024 19 – 22 Februari 2024 18 – 21 Maret 2024 29 April – 2 Mei 2024
22 – 25 Januari 2024 26 – 29 Februari 2024 25 – 28 Maret 2024
29 Jan – 1 Feb 2024
Mei 2024 Juni 2024 Juli 2024 Agustus 2024
6 – 9 Mei 2024 3 – 6 Juni 2024 1 – 4 Juli 2024 5 – 8 Agustus 2024
13 – 16 Mei 2024 10 – 13 Juni 2024 8 – 11 Juli 2024 12 – 15 Agustus 2024
20 – 23 Mei 2024 19 – 22 Juni 2024 15 – 18 Juli 2024 19 – 22 Agustus 2024
27 – 30 Mei 2024 24 – 27 Juni 2024 22 – 25 Juli 2024 26 – 29 Agustus 2024
29 Juli – 1 Agus 2024
September 2024 Oktober 2024 November 2024 Desember 2024
2 – 5 September 2024 1 – 4 Oktober 2024 4 – 7 November 2024 2 – 5 Desember 2024
9 – 12 September 2024 7 – 10 Oktober 2024 11 – 14 November 2024 9 – 12 Desember 2024
16 – 19 September 2024 14 – 17 Oktober 2024 18 – 21 November 2024 16 – 19 Desember 2024
23 – 26 September 2024 21 – 24 Oktober 2024 25 – 28 November 2024
28 – 31 Oktober 2024

INVESTMENT PRICE/PERSON :
1. Rp. 8.500.000/person (full fare) or
2. Rp. 8.250.000/person (early bird, payment 1 week before training) or
3. Rp. 7.950.000/person (if there are 3 persons or more from the same company)

FACILITIES FOR PARTICIPANTS :
1. Training Module
2. Flashdisk contain training material
3. Certificate
4. NoteBook and Ballpoint
5. T-Shirt
6. Backpack
7. Training Foto
8. Training room with full ac facilities and multimedia
9. Lunch and twice coffee break everyday of training
10. Qualified Instructor