Medical Gas (ASSE)

(Daniel) Scott Winn is a Medical Gas Systems Instructor certified to ASSE 6050, nationally accredited to lead each of the courses listed below.  Currently scheduled courses are listed at the bottom of this page (note that ASSE 6010 courses may simultaneously fulfill the Florida installer requirements).  Please contact us if you have more specific needs.


ASSE 6040 Medical Gas Maintenance

This course is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 99 for anyone performing maintenance on Medical Gas Systems nationwide, by providing thirty two (32) hours of training covering Medical Gas and Vacuum systems. “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.

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

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

Refer to 6005,40 Exhibit 67 Rev--(Candidate Bulletin) for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING and student qualification requirements.



ASSE 6030 Medical Gas Verifier

This course is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 99 for anyone performing Verifications on Medical Gas Systems nationwide, by providing thirty two (32) hours of training covering all facets of piped medical gas and medical-surgical vacuum systems.  NFPA 99 and ASSE 6030 documents are used in this course to REVIEW knowledge needed for the proper Verification of medical gas and vacuum systems.   

Note: Verification DOES NOT include installing, cutting into, repairing, replacing, and/or brazing Med Gas piping. Those activities require INSTALLER licensing per your individual State and/or Local Authority.

To complete this National accreditation, after completion of this course, a separate exam must be scheduled (at an additional cost), conducted at a PSI location near you, or by a National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation (NITC) Proctor, then graded by NITC. Upon a passing grade, the student would receive a National ASSE 6030 Medical Gas Verifier accreditation.

A person must have adequate training in the Medical Gas Verification business before applying for this course and exam. Refer to Exhibit # 2 Rev 06-02-14 (Candidate Bulletin for MI, MR, MS, MV) for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING, and student qualification requirements, as well as Form # 720-02 Rev 11-01-12 (Medical Gas Verifier Application).

Please note: Verification of medical gas and vacuum pipeline systems is literally a matter of life and death!  Do not apply for this certification unless you possess the necessary SKILLS, EXPERIENCE, and INSURANCE that will allow you to verify medical gas/medical surgical vacuum systems to the highest level.


ASSE 6020 Medical Gas Inspector

This course is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 99 for anyone wishing to perform Medical Gas and Vacuum System inspections nationwide, by providing twenty four (24) hours of training covering Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems. A Medical Gas Inspector certification candidate is a qualified individual who can demonstrate competence within their scope and will be proficient in and experienced in inspecting installations of medical gas and vacuum systems covered by NFPA 99 the ASSE Series 6000 Standard.

MANY STATES DO NOT RECOGNIZE THIS CERTIFICATION AND MAY REQUIRE STATE SPECIFIC TRAINING AND/OR LICENSING. CHECK WITH YOUR AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION FOR ACCEPTANCE OF THIS CERTIFICATION TO INSPECT MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS.

After completion of this course, a separate written exam must be scheduled (at an additional cost) at a PSI location near you, or conducted by a National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation (NITC) Proctor, then graded by NITC. Upon passing grade, the student would receive a National ASSE 6020 Medical Gas Inspector accreditation.

Before registering for this course, refer to Exhibit2 - Candidate Bulletin-MI,MR,MV,MS for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING and student qualification requirements, as well as Medical Gas Inspector Application for exam application/instructions.


ASSE 6010 Medical Gas Installer

This course is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 99 for anyone installing Medical Gas Systems nationwide, by providing thirty two (32) hours of training in the installation of Medical Gas and Vacuum systems. This certification is good in any US state recognizing ASSE 6010.

MANY STATES DO NOT RECOGNIZE THIS CERTIFICATION AND MAY REQUIRE STATE SPECIFIC TRAINING AND/OR LICENSING. CHECK WITH YOUR AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION FOR ACCEPTANCE OF THIS CERTIFICATION TO INSTALL MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS.

NOTE: Installation DOES NOT include Med Gas Maintenance or Verification. Those activities require separate licensing per National, State, and/or Local Authority.

After completion of this course, a separate written exam must be scheduled (at an additional cost) at a PSI location near you, or conducted by a National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation (NITC) Proctor, then graded by NITC- plus a brazing test must be conducted. Upon passing grades, the student would receive a National ASSE 6010 Medical Gas Installer and ASME IX Brazer accreditation.

Refer to Exhibit # 2 Rev 06-02-14 (Candidate Bulletin for MI, MR, MS, MV) for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING and student qualification requirements, as well as Form # 720-20 Rev 06-02-14 (Med Gas Installer Application).



ASSE 6005 Medical Gas Basics (Generalist/Specialist)

This class is for any person with an interest in medical gas and vacuum systems and equipment, and meets the requirements of completing twenty-four (24) hours of training covering all facets of piped medical gas and medical-surgical vacuum systems.  NFPA 99 and ASSE 6005 documents are used in this course to provide general knowledge of medical gas and vacuum systems.   

For National accreditation, after completion of this course, a separate exam must be scheduled (at an additional cost) at a PSI location near you, or conducted by a National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation (NITC) Proctor, then graded by NITC. Upon a passing grade, the student would receive a National ASSE 6005 Medical Gas Generalist accreditation.

Refer to 6005,40 Exhibit 67 Rev--(Candidate Bulletin) for ADDITIONAL EXAM PRICING and student qualification requirements.

If a National accreditation is not needed, the NITC exam (and associated additional costs) would not be required. A Winn's CE Medical Gas Generalist certificate would be issued instead, at no additional cost.

Note: This certification does not qualify a person to install, maintain, repair, verify, or replace Med Gas systems. Additional certifications/licenses are required for those activities.

This course is excellent as an introduction to Medical Gas systems, or for Estimating/Construction Superintendent personnel, etc.


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Medical Gas Brazing Continuity
Course Number: 171231-BC-FL-WEB
Price: $25 Prepaid
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Instructor: Scott Winn
Medical Gas Verifier (ASSE 6030), Largo, January 7-10
Course Number: 190107-M3-FL-LRG-DSW
Price: $1,100 Prepaid
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Instructor: Scott Winn
Medical Gas Installer (Florida & ASSE 6010), Largo, February 5-8
Course Number: 190205-MI-FL-LRG-DSW
Price: $800 Prepaid
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Instructor: Scott Winn