Services / equipment, drilling trailers, training

Services

We offer the following services 24 hours a day:

  • Drilling and workover H2S safety trailers
  • Onsite safety supervision
  • H2S safety equipment
  • Supplied air sales, rental, service
  • Scott® in-house repair center
  • Design, installation, and calibration of toxic gas monitoring systems (portable or permanent)
  • Sales, rental, and service of atmospheric monitoring instrumentation
  • Railroad Commission H-9 forms
  • Contingency planning
  • OSHA fit testing
  • H2S certification and training
  • CPR certification and training
  • SCBA inspection, repair and refilling flow testing for II, IIa, and Posi-Check for 2.2, 4.5, Fifty, and Industrial SCBA
  • Certified Grade D breathing air
  • Hydrostatic testing
  • Windsocks

We are a full service safety company specializing in respiratory protection and atmospheric monitoring for hydrogen sulfide (H2S)-enriched areas.

We offer sales and service on most manufacturers items from first aid kits to hard hats and safety glasses.

If there is a specific item or service that you require and we have not listed it, please feel free to call anytime.
 

Contact us to inquire about or schedule a safety service

 

Packages

Drilling Package

Recommended for drilling/completion
Meets or exceeds RRC Rule 36 requirements

  • 5 Five-minute work units
  • 4 30-minute rescue units
  • Five-minute bag-type escape unit
  • 3 Sensor heads with monitor, lights, and siren and sensor lead
  • 8 3600# high pressure bottles with regulator, refill line, and air hose
  • 2 Windsocks and poles
  • Oxygen Resuscitator
  • Stretcher
  • First aid kit
  • Gastec sampler with tubes
  • Condition sign with three flags
  • Fire blanket
  • Includes H2S certification class on location at no charge if trailer is rented for at least three days
  • Equipment checks will be done once a week unless otherwise requested, at no charge except mileage

Workover/Flowback Package

Recommended for basic workovers and production testing
Meets or exceeds RRC Rule 36 Requirements

  • 5 Five-minute work units
  • 4 30-minute rescue units
  • 2 Sensor heads with monitor, lights, and siren and sensor lead
  • 8 3600# high pressure bottles with regulator, refill line, and air hose
  • 2 Windsocks and poles
  • Oxygen Resuscitator
  • Stretcher
  • First aid kit
  • Gastec sampler with tubes
  • Condition sign with three flags
  • Fire blanket
  • Includes H2S certification class on location at no charge if trailer is rented for at least three days
  • Equipment checks will be done once a week unless otherwise requested, at no charge except mileage  

Limited Risk Package

  • 2 30-minute rescue units
  • 2 Sensor heads with monitor, light, and siren
  • Portable personnel monitor H2S
  • Windsock and pole
  • Condition sign with three flags
  • Includes H2S certification class on location at no charge if trailer is rented for at least three days
  • Equipment checks will be done once a week unless otherwise requested, at no charge except mileage
     

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Service Locations

We provide toxic gas safety services to clients all across the United States. Currently we are working in the following states:

  • Texas
  • Louisiana
  • North Dakota
  • South Dakota
  • Wyoming
  • Utah
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania

What Is Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)?

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a highly toxic and colorless gas. When inhaled in high concentrations it can cause almost immediate death. Even low concentrations can affect the eyes as well as the respiratory tract. The principal hazard is death by inhalation.

When the amount of gas absorbed into the blood system exceeds that which is readily oxidized, systemic poisoning results, with a general action on the nervous system. Labored respiration occurs shortly and respiratory paralysis will follow immediately at concentrations of 700 ppm and higher. Death will occur from asphyxiation unless the exposed person is removed immediately to fresh air and breathing stimulated by artificial respiration.

There are many different hazards associated with this poisonous gas. Exposure to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) may result in eye disorders, heart disorders, nerve disorders, and of course, lack of breathing, which can kill you suddenly. Skin absorption of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is not considered significant. Low levels of exposure may cause the following symptoms individually or in combinations, increasing with longer exposure:

  • Fatigue
  • Irritation to eyes
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Excitement
  • Coughing
  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Sensation of pain in nose, throat, and chest

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas has an offensive odor, similar to that of rotten eggs, but it rapidly deadens your sense of smell; therefore, odor is a very unreliable means of detecting this poisonous gas. Because of its rapid action, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is considered one of the most dangerous industrial gases. It is almost as lethal as hydrogen cyanide, the gas used to execute criminals in some states. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas is referred to by many different names, including the following:

  • H2S
  • Sulfurated hydrogen
  • Rotten egg gas
  • Stink damp
  • Stink gas
  • Sour gas

For purposes of simplicity, we refer to hydrogen sulfide as H2S throughout our web site.

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