As a safety professional at a water or wastewater treatment facility, it’s your job to protect workers from hazards, including dangerous gases. Workers are most likely aware of the dangers posed by slips and trips, but gas hazards often escape notice. However, gas hazards at a water or wastewater treatment facility can be a matter of life and death.
This is true across your entire facility, and even extends to remote workers in the field. Workers are most likely to encounter gas hazards in confined spaces like meter pits, manholes, dry/wet wells, lift stations, chemical storage tanks, and more.
To prevent situations like this, all workers need to use appropriate gas detection equipment and be aware of the gas hazards they could encounter on the job. This guide will explain everything you need to know about gas hazards faced by water and wastewater treatment workers.
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