Improving Safety Through Behavior and Gas Exposure Tracking
Nov 04 2008
Author: David D. Wagner on behalf of Industrial Scientific Corp
The writing of this article follows on the heels of a meeting between the author and the Chief Deputy Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The purpose of that meeting was to investigate and discuss the circumstances of a fatal Pennsylvania mining accident. The Attorney General’s office was desperately trying to determine an answer to the question of why the portable gas monitor, that was carried by the victim and designed to detect the methane gas that was inadvertently ignited into the fatal explosion that took his life, was turned off at the time of the accident.
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