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GAS1003 – Gas Utility Equipment Training pdf

Credits: 5 (1/4/0)
Description: This is an Introductory course that prepares students for basic field utility work. The course includes safety procedures, equipment operations and maintenance.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: (None)
Competencies:
  1. Operate vehicles commonly used in gas industry.
  2. Perform daily inspections.
  3. Demonstrate the use of personal protective equipment.
  4. Operate a backhoe and loader safely.
  5. Operate trenchers and plows safely.
  6. Operate horizontal directional drills (HDD) safely.
  7. Operate compressors safely.
  8. Demonstrate trench safety.
  9. Demonstrate spotter hand signals.
  10. Operate a vac truck.
  11. Perform confined space entry and rescue procedures.
  12. Perform operator qualifications used in the gas industry.
  13. Perform damage prevention protocols during excavation procedures.
  14. Demonstrate proper use of shoring.
  15. Demonstrate protection from underground hazards.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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