This Cylinder Inspection Course is designed to promote safety in the care and maintenance of high-pressure scuba cylinders. The VIP program is intended to demonstrate to the scuba industry, a need to meet and exceed the minimum standards established by the Code of Federal Regulations. In addition, it is intended to train inspectors in the proper handling, filling, and inspection techniques, including the identification of the various defective conditions that can lead to cylinder rejection or condemnation. The course will also cover the operation and repair of valves, cleaning and maintenance and the operation of high pressure compressor systems.
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Who this course is for:
Wish to know more about the visual inspection procedures used in the compressed gas industry, not just scuba
Wish to know how to properly handle high pressure cylinders
Will be working with high pressure cylinders as part of their employment
Minimum age 18
What you can expect to learn:
The International Training VIP Inspector eLearning course serves two main functions:
Completion of the online portion of this course meets the OSHA regulations for awareness level training for anyone who handles high pressure cylinders as part of their job duties. Any dive center employee handling cylinders should complete this training prior to handling cylinders. Many divers may benefit from this knowledge as well.
Serves as the academic material for the VIP Inspector course, developing a student’s knowledge base and preparing them for the hands-on training components of the VIP Inspector course with their instructor.
The SDI Visual Inspections Procedures course takes an in-depth look at all of the following and more:
Legal requirements, standards of the community
Safe handling of cylinders
Fill station operator rules and recommendations
Identification of the various cylinder markings
Legal/illegal filling requirements
Tools and their uses
Visual inspection indications
Proper identification of the various defect conditions
Criteria for rejection and condemnation of a cylinder
Define the criteria for cylinder rejection
Define the criteria for condemning a cylinder
Valve inspection and cleaning
The basis for cylinder cleaning
Visual inspection procedures
Step by step walk-through of the inspection process
What’s in it for you?
Upon successful completion of this course graduates may:
Visually inspect high-pressure scuba cylinders for defective conditions that could cause a cylinder failure
Train fill station operators (FSO) in the safe methods of handling, transporting and filling of high-pressure scuba cylinders
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