Pressure Vessel Safety

Pressure Vessel Safety

Propane tanks, pressure cookers, generators, compressors, autoclaves and gas-insulated electrical equipment and substations are a few examples of pressure vessels. These closed tanks or vessels help us transport, store and contain fluids, vapors or gases at a controlled pressure, and usually a controlled temperature. However, the unexpected release of their contents has the potential to cause personal injury, loss of life and property damage.

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Course Outline

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Categorization and Regulations    

  • 3. Failures and Hazards    

  • 4. Safety Measures    

  • 5. Inspections and Safety Devices    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish how pressure vessels are categorized and regulated.
  • Identify appropriate safety measures when handling, installing, operating, servicing and inspecting pressure vessels.
  • Recognize potential hazards when visually inspecting pressure vessels.


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