Following fresh guidance on confined space entry and a new standard for toxic gas detectors, the issue of gas detection has become an important component of WWEM 2016, the water, wastewater and environmental monitoring exhibition.
The event’s Gas Detection Zone has become popular with health and safety managers and staff who have to work in confined spaces or areas where there is a possibility of exposure to toxic or explosive dusts and gases.
Information available at the Gas Detection Zone will feature the latest standards, guidance and technologies relating to all forms of gas detection.
Subjects covered will include: confined space entry; new standards and guidance for toxic gas detectors; the selection of apparatus; and new gas sensor development.
Visitors to WWEM 2016, which takes place in Telford from 2 to 3 November, can also attend free workshops and seminars.