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Compressed Gas Cylinders

Compressed gas is used for many things these days including refrigeration, heating, welding and many functions and uses in a laboratory. As we know, compressed gas can be very dangerous, and all employees who work with these canisters need to know not only how to handle them properly but also store them correctly. Our training products on "Compressed Gas Cylinders" provide the information employees need to handle and transport these potentially volatile storage containers. These training materials include moving and transporting cylinders safely, positioning and storing them safely, any type of associated hazards and much more.

Some specific hazards associated with compressed gases include oxygen displacement, fires, explosions, and toxic gas exposures, as well as the physical hazards associated with high pressure systems. Our training materials, DVDs and booklets will show you the proper protocols to use, proper storage and precaution to take to make sure the end product isn't an accident of fiery proportions in an office, worksite or even a laboratory.