In today’s business environment, safety and training are important parts of ensuring duty of care for your staff. The awareness and application of best industry practice when dealing with gases can not only improve safety but can also enable your staff to get the very best from your CryoService system.
Instructor Led Training Courses for Cryogenic and Compressed Gases
CryoService offer two training concepts, designed to suit your specific needs. Traditional instructor-led training is available for both cryogenic gases and laboratory gases. These well-proven modules are designed to support both new and experienced staff and provide on-depth and interactive training on key topics relating to gases.
Click here to find out more about our instructor-led courses on cryogenic gases.
Click here to find out more about our instructor-led courses on laboratory gases.
E-learning for Liquid Nitrogen applications and Cellar Gas Safety
While instructor-led training is recognised as an excellent way of training groups of people, it often is inconvenient or even impossible to allow your staff to be away from their duties to undertake such training. To cater for this, CryoService have introduced e-learning – a concept that allows you to receive professional training of the highest quality at your desk at your convenience.
CryoService currently offer three e-learning training modules:
- Using Liquid Nitrogen Safely – a wide-ranging course covering best practice in the use of Liquid Nitrogen. Click here to find out more or click here to view a demo of this course.
- Using Cryosurgery Equipment Safely – a comprehensive package consisting of an on-line training course and accompanying DVD that specialises in the safe use of the CryoService cryosurgery range. This also incorporates the core safety elements of the Using Liquid Nitrogen Safely course. Click here to find out more or click here to view a demo of this course.
- Using Cellar Gases Safely – an innovative three-module course that covers all aspects of safety when working with cellar gases. Click here to find out more or click here to view a demo of this course.