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Hi Jeremy, The shortest answer to your question is to reduce the likelihood of spark-producing or ignition sources from confined space operations. Low voltage lighting ensures that residual flammable
Aurax, It would appear as though there are still potentially dangerous and unsanitary work conditions. However, bad smell alone may not be a major hazard, but if the smell is related to sewage then
Wayne, Obviously, the Agent Orange chemical has many health effects to which exposed workers could suffer. I would recommend level A hazmat suits, which includes a gas tight chemical protective suit
Ignaciolanderos, Please visit the following link from US OSHA. The link contains all the information and more regarding the exposure and chemical effects of mercury. We hope this helps. http://www
Rmran, Safety orientation is simply a short overview of the dangers specific to the industry you are working in. Safety training, on the other hand, is training in specific areas like confined spaces
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