Oxygen Hazards Practices -- eLearning Course

    Price: $295.00

    About the Course

    This course focuses on issues of oxygen fire safety as related to operation and maintenance of oxygen systems wherever oxygen is used. A student will learn to identify the most common ignition mechanisms and recognize the use of approved oxygen compatible materials and the utilization of safe practices to minimize the risk and maximize awareness for oxygen fire prevention.

    Learning Outcomes

    After completing the course the student will be able to:

    • examine the hazards of oxygen use
    • recognize compatible materials
    • identify common ignition mechanisms in oxygen systems
    • describe industry best practices related to oxygen handling, system cleaning, inspection, assembly, operations and maintenance


    Individuals involved in the use, specification, procurement, operation, maintenance, instrumentation, safety, management or incident investigation of systems, components and fires involving liquid or gaseous oxygen or oxygen-enriched gas mixtures. This might include engineers, technicians, medical and health professionals, home healthcare personnel, safety and forensic experts, fire investigators, emergency responders, facility supervisors and plant managers, operators, maintenance personnel, distributors and refilling station personnel and individual users of oxygen.

    Course Content

    • Self-directed with full narration of material
    • Modularized 20-30 minute sections for flexibility
    • Total training time approximately 3 hours
    • Flash-based web access
    • Prepared by internationally recognized oxygen safety engineers
    • Certificate issued upon successful completion

    About the Instructor

    Elliot Forsyth is Director of Education and Technical Training for WHA International, Inc. As an Oxygen Safety & Forensic Engineer he has worked with oxygen systems throughout his career. He began at NASA White Sands Test Facility performing oxygen system design, analysis, and tests on materials and components for oxygen compatibility. He currently serves as Chairman of the ASTM G04 Committee on Flammability & Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres. Mr. Forsyth has over 20 years of experience consulting for companies across nearly all industries that use oxygen. His areas of expertise include engineering design of and materials selection for oxygen components and systems, analysis of oxygen hazards and oxy-fuel fires and failures, as well as oxygen systems operations and maintenance strategies. As WHA's Director of Education he has developed and instructed training courses on these topics for clients industry-wide.

    About ASTM and Sponsoring Committee

    ASTM Committee G04 on Compatibility and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres was formed in 1975. G04 meets twice a year, usually in April and September, with approximately 35 members attending two to three days of technical meetings capped by a presentation on relevant topics concerning the oxygen industry. Committee G04 also periodically sponsors symposia.

    CEUs and Certificate

    CEUs: .3 or 3 PDH

    Certificate: A certificate is available upon successful completion of the course and an 80% or higher score on the exam.


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    Technology Requirements

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    Price: $295