Curso Sulfeto Hidrogênio em Inglês
Nome Técnico: Enhancement Course Awareness about Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
What is Hydrogen Sulfide?
Hydrogen sulfide (also known as H2S, sewer gas, swamp gas, stink damp, and sour damp) is a colorless gas known for its pungent “rotten egg” odor at low concentrations.
It is extremely flammable and highly toxic.
How does it happen and what is it for?
Hydrogen sulfide also occurs naturally in sewers, manure pits, well water, oil and gas wells, and volcanoes.
Because it is heavier than air, hydrogen sulfide can collect in low-lying and enclosed spaces, such as manholes, sewers, and underground telephone vaults. Its presence makes work in confined spaces potentially very dangerous.
The health effects of hydrogen sulfide depend on how much H2S a worker breathes and for how long.
However, many effects are seen even at low concentrations. Effects range from mild, headaches or eye irritation, to very serious, unconsciousness and death.
Where is hydrogen sulfide used?
It is used in the production of sulfuric acid H2SO4 and other sulfur compounds, pesticides, inorganic sulfides, in various segments of the oil industry such as well drilling, oil and gas production, refining and distillation, in chemical analysis and as a reducing agent in acid purifications. sulfuric and hydrochloric acid HCl.
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Hydrogen Sulfide Course
What is H2S:
H2S nature and laboratory/Industry synthesis occurrence;
Case study of H2S release;
Health effects of H2S exposure;
Rescue techniques of H2S victims,
Emergency procedure of H2S for prospection and drilling rig;
H2S and LEL “Lower Explosive Limit”, sensors lay out on Drilling Rig;
How to Calibrate H2S and LEL “Lower Explosive Limit”, sensors;
Smell “Olfactory” low concentration issues;;
Detailing of the H2S in the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)
Awareness of Importance:
APR (Preliminary Risk Analysis);
How to administer and manage working time;
PGR (Risk Management Plan);
Understanding the need for the Rescue Team;
Understandings about Ergonomics;
Perception of risks and factors that affect people’s perceptions;
Impact and behavioral factors on safety;
PE (Emergency Plan);
How to discover the fastest and easiest way to develop Skills;
How to control the mind while working;
Because balancing energy during activity in order to obtain productivity;
Consequences of Risk Habituation;
Causes of accidents at work;
The Importance of task knowledge;
Notions about the Causes and Faults Tree;
Prevention of accidents and notions of first aid;
Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) – OSHA.
Theoretical and Practical Assessment;
Record of Evidence;
Certificate of participation.
Our Multidisciplinary Team is allowed to insert norms, laws, decrees or technical parameters that they deem applicable, whether or not they are related to the scope of the negotiated service, with the Contracting Party being responsible for carrying out the necessary services in accordance with the legislation, as established in the same.
Hydrogen Sulfide Course