Exhaust Gas Scrubbers & Caustic Soda Safety

An exhaust gas scrubber (EGS) is an air pollution control device used to eliminate either particulates or gases, or sometimes both, from industrial exhaust streams.

In this course receive an orientation on how EGS works and understand why they are important to the maritime industry. Learn the role of caustic soda, why it's dangerous and proper handling procedures.

Topics:

  • Orientation on the purpose of EGS, how they work, and types of EGS
  • Learn the regulatory background of EGS and why they are important
  • Understand the role of caustic soda and why it's dangerous
  • See the proper PPE for handling caustic soda and learn the emergency response, basic first aid, firefighting and spill response procedures
Available on:On Demand
Length: 15
Audio: EN
Subtitles:
Item no: DVD0-115
Categories: Engineering
STCW: Personal Safety (A-VI/1-4)


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