CSA FUEL SAFETY TRAINING

Fuel Safety Training Manual

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 April 1997
Status: inactive
Page Count: 148
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Introduction (60 minutes)

Using FSW-1, welcome the participants and introduce yourself to the group. Ask the participants to introduce themselves and indicate as to whether they are natural gas or propane fitters.

Use the knowledge and skills of your participants as a means of enriching the training. Encourage the input from experienced fitters in one fuel to help guide others

Using FSW-2, explain why the Ontario Fuel Safety Training Program has been initiated, and what is involved in updating to the new certificates.

Using FSW-3, provide an overview of the training modules.

This may be substituted with your own agenda and training plan to reflect the mode of delivery you are offering.

Using FSW-4, review the major learning objectives of the training.

Toward the end of this introductory module, explain to the group where they may purchase the handbook and Codes.

This may be a good time to take a break and allow the participants to purchase their training materials, get a coffee, etc.

Before starting the next module, explain to the participants how this edition of the handbook will be updated, and a free copy sent to them if they complete and mail-in the enclosed voucher from IAS.

Document History

CSA FUEL SAFETY TRAINING
April 1, 1997
Fuel Safety Training Manual
Introduction (60 minutes) Using FSW-1, welcome the participants and introduce yourself to the group. Ask the participants to introduce themselves and indicate as to whether they are natural gas or...
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