I would suggest contacting a local compressed gas supplier - preferably one of the big ones like Airgas or Praxair. Airgas does this sort if training routinely, and even has some good videos to show. We also have emergency response teams all over the country who may be able to assist.
Lastly Airgas has a fantastic website for training responders about compressed gas emergencies:
Regional Safety Director
Airgas USA, LLC
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> On Dec 18, 2015, at 10:37 AM, Samantha D Previous post | Top of Page | Next post
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to put together a gas leak training for our ERT members and I can't quite decide how to set it up. If the gas was visible, that would be nice but I can't think of a good candidate. Have any of you done anything like this? If so, any ideas or input into how to get this training onto it's feet would be much appreciated.
> I already have liquid spill training planned out.
> Thank you!
> Samantha Lushtak
> Atmel Corporation
> Environmental, Health, and Safety Engineer
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