Confined spaces are common in many different industries, and while they may look different, they all have the potential to contain invisible gas hazards that can knock you off your feet before you know what hit you.
In fact, an average of two people die each week from a confined space incident. Of all confined space deaths, 60% are would-be rescuers who die while trying to save a peer.
To minimize this risk, you need a thorough confined space entry plan and the right gas detectors for the job. Here, we’ll cover the best practices for detecting gas hazards in confined spaces.
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