Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 2:00 p.m.

Session #2 – Understanding Fixed Gas Detection Technologies and Recent Developments


Expires Wed Feb 21 2024


Gas detection is a critical safety system for wastewater and water plants. However, to ensure optimal safety, it’s essential to have a thorough understanding of sensor technologies and the right approach to using them. By utilizing advanced sensor technology, you can benefit from a longer lifespan of 10-15 years without the need for frequent replacements or calibration. It’s time to break away from the old habit of like-to-like replacement and embrace change. Remember, it’s a safety system, and your safety is paramount. So, upgrade to the latest technology today and ensure optimal safety for you and your property.

At the completion of this one-hour OJT session, participants will be able to demonstrate the following:

                          • How to choose a right gas detector
                          • Important considerations for maintenance
                          • Latest technology can help reduce the cost & increase safety

  • Facilitator:

    Anand Sheoran

    Our facilitator is Anand Sheoran, founder and CEO of Current Instrumentation & automation Inc., whose vision is to empower customers and create a better experience for them.  Anand has spent 21 years in instrumentation and 15 years in various industries, including municipal.




  • Logistics:
    These 1-hour virtual sessions are offered every alternate Thursday starting at 2:00 pm.  Sessions are complimentary to all OMWA members and the fee for non-members is $30.00 CAD plus HST per person per session. 

    If you have any specific questions regarding this OJT session, please feel free to submit them when you register and we will provide them to the workshop facilitator.  

    The OMWA will provide a certificate recognizing participation in these On the Job Training sessions. Attendance may also qualify as a Continuing Knowledge Activity for the PEO PEAK program

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