Gas Hazards and Monitoring

Course Info

Respiratory hazards can often exist at industrial and commercial worksites.  These hazards include airborne contaminants, such as dusts, mists, fumes, and gases, or oxygen-deficient atmospheres.  This course explains these hazards and provides various practices that help control worker exposure to these contaminants in the air.

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Course Outline

Airborne Contaminants and Oxygen Deficiency
8 mins
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
11 mins
Carbon Monoxide
4 mins
8 mins
Silica Dust
10 mins
Combustible Dust
30 mins
Personal Gas Monitors
12 mins
Calibration, Bump Tests and Sampling
6 mins
1 hr(s) and 29 min(s)

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