Short Duration Thermal Exposures and the Last Line of Defense

Keeping workers safe on the job is a constant priority. In oil and gas environments, the risk of catastrophic burn from short duration thermal hazards is ever present. Understanding key changes to NFPA consensus standards, especially regarding risk assessment and human error, as well as best practices for personal protective equipment (PPE) is crucial for reducing both the likelihood of incident occurrence and severity of burn injury. In this webinar, sponsored by Westex by Milliken, we’ll explore the various thermal hazards faced in oil and gas environments, burn injury potential costs, and the role arc rated, flame resistant fabrics and PPE program best practices play in mitigating burn injuries.

May 9th, 2019
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Keeping workers safe on the job is a constant priority. In oil and gas environments, the risk of catastrophic burn from short duration thermal hazards is ever present. Understanding key changes to NFPA consensus standards, especially regarding risk assessment and human error, as well as best practices for personal protective equipment (PPE) is crucial for reducing both the likelihood of incident occurrence and severity of burn injury. In this webinar, sponsored by Westex by Milliken, we’ll explore the various thermal hazards faced in oil and gas environments, burn injury potential costs, and the role arc rated, flame resistant fabrics and PPE program best practices play in mitigating burn injuries.

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