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Webinar: Hydrogen Sulfide: Meeting a Higher Standard of Safety

ByJames O'Dwyer | Published: January 19, 2018
Presented by PEC Safety
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Overview of September 2017 update to ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 standard. A formal platform for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) training program content and course duration fit for all industries, the first of its version in the United States.

As of September, ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 standard has established a 2017 formal platform for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) training program content and course duration fit for all industries, the first of its version in the United States. This standard is meant to increase the quality of H2S safety training on both instructor and student levels as a means of reducing the number of workplace exposures to this toxic gas.

Join James O’Dwyer, Master PEC Instructor and Regulatory Outreach Development, for an exclusive webinar overview of the following:

  1. ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 – 2017 Standard Updates
  2. BLM Onshore Order Changes
  3. OSHA Enforcement Focus for Oil and Gas Extraction Industries
  4. Regulatory Adoption

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Written by James O'Dwyer | Master Instructor

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With over 20 years invested in safety and training, James O’Dwyer’s professional background reads like an industry dream: 18 years of QHSE experience, 10 years of international E&P and mining-related field experience, and he served as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Missing Women’s Taskforce HSE for Canada’s largest crime scene. Currently, James is a Master PEC Instructor and part of the company’s Regulatory Outreach Business Development Team. With such dedication to safety and training, James works to continually develop professional networks to help implement partnerships between industry and professional trainers throughout the country.

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