a1-cbiss regularly hold popular seminars to provide a forum to discuss relevant gas detection topics to improve your safety awareness such as hazardous gases, calibration techniques and maintenance. Our technical workshops for air emissions create a discussion for compliance, application knowledge and emerging technologies.

Face to Face Gas Detection Training Seminars

a1-cbiss, in partnership with Industrial Scientific Corporation, bring you annual training programmes to give participants the skills they require to identify the characteristics of gases and hazards that may exist in the workplace.

Who are these training seminars designed for?

  • Health and Safety Professionals
  • Instrument Engineers
  • Technicians
  • Contractors
  • Emergency Service Responders

Gas Detection Made Easy Seminar Programme

  • Hazardous Gases
    Instruction in commonly used gases, their properties and effects. Overview of gases specific to confined spaces - hazards related to oxygen and to combustible and toxic gases.
  • Use of Instruments in Confined Spaces
    Overview of applicable laws. Instruction in the use of gas detection instruments in complaince with UK laws
  • Sensor Technology
    Understanding of how the instruments work. Instruction in catalytic diffusion sensors, electrochemical sensors, infrared sensors etc. Each type of sensor is interchangeable and has its own unique set of characteristics.
  • Calibration and Maintenance
    Instruction in all aspects of calibration and maintenance - the most important component of a safe, reliable gas detection programme. Troubleshooting and sensor replacement provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to manage your instruments

Air Emissions Technical Workshops

Using a consultative approach, our free technical workshops provide an overview of proven Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) equipment and the important role that they play at Energy from Waste (EFW), large combustion and biomass plants.

The technical workshops are aimed at planners, developers, technical providers and plant operators.