CMDDA1 Carbon Monoxide Testing Training Course
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Logic4training’s ACS Carbon Monoxide Testing course is designed to assess the competence of gas installers in determining ambient levels of carbon monoxide (CO) and the presence of carbon dioxide (CO2) in domestic properties.
Carbon dioxide/carbon monoxide testing is necessary for gas engineers responsible for suspected CO leak call outs in domestic properties.
Cases of carbon monoxide poisoning are never far from the news making this ACS module a very important one for the safety of your customers.
Carbon monoxide/carbon dioxide testing training covers the identification of the appliance which caused the fumes using a portable electronic combustion analyser, typically used by a gas engineer who responds to the genuine report of a CO alarm being activated, or a report of fumes.
The scope of this qualification covers the guidance and procedures outlined in BS EN 7967 Part 1 to 4. It does not cover commercial premises and appliances, or the procedures to adopt following an incident reportable under RIDDOR.
This course provides training and assessment in the following areas:
- Ambient CO and CO2 testing
- Combustion performance analysis using electronic portable gas analysers on domestic gas appliances in dwellings following:
- Indication of fumes
- Spillage or leakage of combustion products
- Carbon monoxide detector activation
CMDDA1 training and assessment candidates must hold a current Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) qualification or a Core LPG Gas Safety (CCLP1) qualification or valid equivalent NVQ or QCF qualification, plus appropriate appliances.
A course manual is supplied during the course. Also operatives should be familiar with BS EN 7967 Part 1 – 4. Operatives who are registered with Gas Safe Register for their British Standards service can download copies of these documents.