Industrial Scientific's Face-to-Face Training Courses couple the End User with an experienced professional Training Specialist. Face-to-Face Courses combine classroom theory with hands-on exercises creating a learning experience that empowers the Student to more efficiently and professionally approach their gas detection related work while elevating their level of safety.
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Industrial Scientific's Online Training Courses allow the end user to learn in a self-paced, professional environment. Online Courses combine flash presentations with voice-overs and embedded video clips. Upon completion, the student will more efficiently and professionally approach their gas detection related work while elevating their level of safety. These courses are provided free of charge on our website but they can be converted to an off-line format to be used on your server, LMS, or static PC. There is a nominal charge for this service. Please contact the Training Services Team for additional details.
Industrial Scientific's Free Online Video Training allows the end user to learn at their own pace. Videos are chaptered so that the end user can hone in on the elements that are important to them.
Industrial Scientific's instructor-led live webinars are designed for customers who are unable to make it to a location where face-to-face training classes are held. Webinars provide the opportunity to receive gas detection training at a convenient location, with the same quality instruction and ability to ask questions as is in a classroom setting. Register today!
Live Webinar Training
Get to know the basics of gas detection. Review detailed information about toxic gas hazards, sensor technologies and reference materials.
One safety director's quest to slay the dragon using an automated gas detection solution.
Mike Platek talks about Carbon Monoxide awareness at home.
What lurks in the confined areas that your workers enter everyday?. They can be virtually any size, shape, or configuration and can contain any number of physical and gas hazards.
All eyes are on you to investigate a dangerous gas leak by determining what the gas type was and how high the exposure levels were. It is at this moment you come to realize the importance of industrial hygiene datalog monitoring.
Until we have a standardized technical performance specification template for portable gas monitors, users must carefully examine the specifications.
In this podcast we explore the importance of ensuring your instrument is properly calibrated and tested.
Twelve to twenty times a minute, without knowing and without controlling it, the average human takes a breath of air. With every breath, humans and other living organisms are releasing a potentially hazardous gas into the atmosphere.
In this podcast we explore the various types of gas detectors to help you in determining which type is best suited for your application.
To help prevent injuries, the operator and repair station maintenance organizations must develop procedures for identifying, controlling and/or eliminating particular hazards.
Director of Training, Dave Kuiawa, discusses the variety of training courses offered by Industrial Scientific.
Brian Scheers talks about the option of Gas Detection as a Service, with iNet.
Dave Kuiawa discusses the field service group and the options customers have available from Industrial Scientific.
Have you ever thought about analyzing your data? If you're in a reactive position, the only time you analyze data is after an incident. A more proactive approach would be to analyze the data on a regular basis.
Understanding how this technology works helps us understand the capabilities and limitations of gas detection.
To help ensure safe passage in and out of hazardous areas, you need a good gas detection plan. Every good plan starts with a checklist.
The purpose of this article is to present some amusing reminders to be proactive about gas detector maintenance.
To protect your personnel, avoid these common mistakes in monitoring confined spaces for toxic and explosive gases
A photo ionization detector (PID) is a versatile tool for assessing chemical dangers at an emergency response site.
Mark Baldigowski interviews Steve Brooks, Industrial Scientific's Rental coordinator.
Dave Kuiawa discuses Gas Monitors for Special Operations.
Once the flames are finally extinguished and the structure is secured, the work of determining the cause of a fire begins.
Understanding what the changes in TLV means and how it effects the gas detection industry.
Simply owning gas detectors won't do the trick. You have to maintain the equipment, and that is often the most challenging part. Calibration, bump testing and battery charging are relatively easy tasks, but what happens when the equipment requires something more in depth?