Medical Gas Maintenance [ASSE 6040], Pine Bluff, July 12-14

This course is conducted by an ASSE 6050 accredited Medical Gas Instructor, and designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 99 for anyone performing maintenance on Medical Gas Systems nationwide. NFPA 99 and ASSE 6040 documents are provided and used during this course. “Maintenance” would include: repairing leaking Med Gas outlets/inlets, repairing Med Gas alarm panels, repairing Med Gas valves, performing maintenance on Med Gas manifolds, performing maintenance on Medical Vacuum pumps (oil changes, etc), performing maintenance on Medical Air compressors, etc.

After completion of this 24 hr course the student would need to schedule a separate exam (at an additional cost) at a PSI location near you, or conducted by a National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation (NITC) Proctor at your location (at an additional cost), then graded by NITC. Upon a passing grade, the student would receive a National ASSE 6040 Medical Gas Maintenance Personnel accreditation.

NOTE: Maintenance DOES NOT include- installing, cutting into, repairing, replacing, and/or brazing Med Gas piping. Those activities require specific licensing per your individual State and/or Local Authorities.

Refer to this Candidate Bulletin for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING and student qualifications, and to this Medical Gas Maintenance exam application.


  • July 12-14 (Tue-Thu)
  • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Instructor Is Scott Winn
  • 5 Minimum to Confirm Course
  • Jefferson Regional Medical Center


Full Course Details

Approved Topics

This course includes the topics required for ASSE 6040 certification.

Relevant Content

Each topic is covered from a technically accurate perspective as well as one of practical application.

Professional Instructors

Our instructors are ASSE 6050 nationally certified medical gas instructors with extensive practical experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

What topics will we cover?
  • ASSE Series 6000 Standard
  • NFPA 99 (Current Edition)
    • Administration
    • Referenced Publications
    • Definitions
    • Fundamentals
    • Gas & Vacuum Systems
Does this course have any certificates?

Yes, participants will receive a signed completion certificate at the conclusion of the course.

How long will the course last?

This course includes 24 contact hours scheduled across four full days.

What if I have special dietary needs?

No meals are provided during this course, so participants are given a brief lunch break each day.

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