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Handling, Storage, and Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders

October 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Location:5050 Minto Centre
Audience:Carleton Community, Staff and Faculty
Key Contact:Tina Preseau
Contact Phone:3809

Compressed gas cylinders should be handled only by those familiar with the hazards and who are trained in proper handling techniques. Improper handling of compressed gas cylinders can result in sprains, strains, falls, bruises, or broken bones. Other hazards such as fire, explosion, chemical burns, poisoning, and cold burns could occur if gases accidentally escape from the cylinder due to mishandling. For anyone at Carleton University who works with compressed gases, we have a learning opportunity for you!

This session offered by Praxair and coordinated through the EHS office will increase your knowledge and understanding of the safety precautions when using, handling and storing gas cylinders.

Handling, Storage, and Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders

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