AGT-2025 Training
Authorised Gas Tester Training

Introducing The New Arobase 2025 Authorised Gas Tester Course: Elevating Your Skills

The 2025 Authorised Gas Tester (AGT) Course is designed to enhance safety in hazardous environments, particularly in industries like oil, gas, and mining. It offers comprehensive training on gas detection, regulatory compliance, risk management, and uses advanced technologies. The course provides flexible learning options, expert instruction, and certification, advancing careers in safety management roles. Participants can enroll online to gain essential skills constituting a crucial part of workplace safety infrastructure.

Authorised Gas Tester Training

Who Provides the Best Authorised Gas Tester Training Courses?

Arobase Gas Testing sets the standard for authorised gas tester training, surpassing industry norms with a comprehensive curriculum, expert instructors, flexible training options, and industry recognition. Their commitment to excellence and staying ahead of industry trends makes them the top choice for professionals seeking top-tier training in industrial safety.

Avonmouth Explosion 2020
Authorised Gas Tester Training

Avonmouth Explosion: “An Inspiration to Keep Writing”

Having worked at the Avonmouth site many years ago gas freeing a similar tank to the one which exploded and having watched its development in recent years. My heart goes out to those families who have lost their loved ones. To say they have my deepest sympathy doesn’t express strongly enough how devastating this news was.

AGT Webinar
Authorised Gas Tester Training

Time to Switch to Web Based Authorised Gas Tester Training and Assessment?

With Covid-19 sweeping quickly around the world, more and more of our customers are looking to web based platforms to solve their Authorised Gas Taster training and assessment needs. We at Arobase Gas Testing, have always extolled the virtues of face to face training and assessment and recommend e-learning as a useful supplementary tool.

Authorised Gas Tester Training

Suspected Gas Escape Identification – Public Reported Escapes

Gas utilities globally receive thousands of reports of suspected gas escapes (PRE’S) each day. Most are found and resolved within a few hours, but occasionally PRE’s take weeks and even months to resolve. Substances such as petrol, kerosene, liquid petroleum gas (LPG), mine drainage gas, bio-gases from landfills – sewers and bio-digesters, paint thinners, foam blowing agents etc can all confuse the unsuspecting gas tester.