Workplace environments, such as permit-required confined spaces, manholes, and other enclosed spaces often contain deadly toxic and combustible gases and vapors as well as oxygen deficient atmospheres. Therefore, it is the employer’s responsibility to take reasonable steps to ensure that appropriate monitoring of such environments are taken and enforced.
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Posted by admin on 5/26/2015