Confined Space Ventilation will show how continuously moving fresh, uncontaminated air through a confined space is one of the most effective means of controlling an atmospheric hazard. Ventilation filters air and contaminants and enables the maintenance of an adequate oxygen supply during entry.
Since 9 out of every 10 confined space fatalities are due to hazardous atmospheres, knowing how to properly ventilate the confined space is pivotal in maintaining healthy atmospheres and preventing the ingestion of hazardous toxins. Confined Space Ventilation demonstrates techniques that will help you to safely discharge contaminants that may have been created by entry activities such as welding, cutting, or blasting.
When dealing with confined spaces, there is no room for error. Breathe fresh air and a sigh of relief with the help of this engaging training video.
Languages: English, Portuguese (subtitle), Spanish
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