3M Scott offers the Air Supplied class, a combined Air-Pak X3/ AP50 / AP75 Technician Class and NxG2 / NxG7 Technician Class.This class includes all Industrial and Fire Service respirators. The Air Supplied class is offered to regional locations throughout the United States and Canada. Gaining this certification authorizes you to perform technician level repairs on all 3M Scott respirators. This training includes hands-on instruction on how to properly inspect, repair, and test all 3M Scott SCBA. Pre-qualification and required agreements must be completed prior to registering for this program.
Completion of Programs
Each person successfully completing a program will be awarded a certificate showing his or her accomplishment. Certificate requirements vary depending on the program attended. Each candidate must demonstrate a basic understanding of theory of operation through both hands-on use and a written, closed book exam to successfully complete any of the Technician Level Training Programs.
3M Scott Fire & Safety is a tobacco and vaping free facility.
Short pants, open toed shoes and sleeveless shirts are not permitted in the facility.
If you wear prescription safety glasses please bring them with you to class.
If you have questions about this class, please contact Scott Technical Support at ScottTechSupport@mmm.com or call (800) 247-7257.
A submitted enrollment form does not guarantee a seat in the class. If approved, you will receive confirmation of your enrollment.
Regional sessions (field courses not conducted at our Factory) require that you bring your laptop, SCBA equipment, specific tools, materials, and solutions. Contact your instructor for the course requirements. Regional sessions may have different start and end times. Make sure to verify the start and end times with the session instructor.
Sessions held at our factory do not require for you to bring your SCBA equipment, or any tools or materials; however we do require that you let us know which SCBA you would like to work on before arriving.
In addition, we like to take students on a tour of Scott’s manufacturing facilities. Please be sure to wear appropriate attire, including closed toe shoes, sleeved shirts, and long pants. Safety glasses will be provided.
If you are visiting us from outside of the United States, please make sure to complete the International Visitor Form in the time indicated by our Factory Instructor in order to avoid delays in approving you into the class.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Registration has closed for this class.