In a world gripped by a global pandemic, the need to control operating expenditure and maximise the return on assets is increasing. We have therefore made the decision to run a series of articles providing simple suggestions on the way gas testers can reduce there overall expenditure and get the most from the training and equipment they use.
For many of us working in adverse environments, turning on a gas monitor and attaching it to our lapel is second nature. If it alarms, we react appropriately and thank it for saving our lives. But how many of us stop to think about how these devices work or whether we are using them correctly?