If you're thinking "not so much" don't feel bad. There are a lot of people in this industry aren't completely sure what those terms mean. When it comes to life or death situations like confined spaces, we want to work with folks who understand how ignorance puts others in danger, don't you?
Did you know that:
When it comes to a confined space, the danger is usually invisible. That’s why it’s overlooked, even though OSHA requires that confined space hazards are assessed by both 29 CFR 1910 &1926.
Just like checking your smoke detectors at home, properly testing and calibrating your gas detection device is crucial to the health and safety of the workers who rely on them.