Emergency Air Monitoring Best Management Practices, March 2014

Publication #: 2014-0016

Published: Mar 2014

Pages: 40p.

Filed Under: Emergency Response, Health & Safety, Sour Gas, Flaring & Venting

The best management practices guide for emergency air monitoring has been developed to provide information and guidance to oil and gas personnel when using air monitoring equipment during an emergency situation. This guide covers general considerations of emergency air monitoring such as the need for a communications process, the different types of air monitoring equipment, and the methodologies for their use. Specific substances are referenced including hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide, and monitoring for flammable mixtures.

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