confined-spaces-articleOn-Demand - Managing Gas Hazards in Confined Spaces

Monday, June 1, 2020

Four minutes is all it takes for a confined space entry to turn deadly. After only four minutes without oxygen, you can experience brain damage or even die.

You’ve probably heard confined space horror stories a million times. The person inside a confined space becomes unresponsive. The “hole watch” responsible for monitoring the work goes into the confined space to check on his or her partner and is overcome by the same deadly gas. But you can change the ending to this story.

In this webinar, you will learn the best practices for monitoring gas hazards in confined spaces so that your people make it home safely every night.

You’ll Learn:

  • What challenges and dangers workers must be prepared for
  • Why continuous monitoring during confined space entry is important
  • How to improve your confined space entry plan
  • Best practices for monitoring gas hazards