Gas detection in confined spaces — know your risks!

Supplied by MSA Australia Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 11 March, 2020


More injuries occur in confined spaces as a result of atmospheric conditions than any other issue. Multiple studies have shown this can account for up to 56% of reported injuries. For this reason, safe working procedures and standards for confined spaces necessarily focus on atmospheric monitoring.

Learn about the top three hazards when monitoring a work atmosphere. Discover how to safeguard your employees and minimise your risk.

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