Atmospheric Monitoring Training
Many workers perform job-tasks in areas that have actual, or the potential to contain, hazardous atmospheres, especially ones that may be immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH), must understand the procedures for air quality sampling. This is a more critical element now found in the just released OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1200, Confined spaces in Construction which mandates continuous monitoring. Supervisory personnel, as well as workers, must be able to effectively utilize an atmospheric monitor to assess whether an area is within permissible limits to perform their duties in those areas. Med-Tex Services can train your employees on various atmospheric conditions that are likely effect certain job-tasks, instruct your employees on proper air sampling procedures using a variety atmospheric monitors.