Tagged with Carbon Monoxide

Field Testing for the OSHA Confined Spaces Rule

Field Testing for the OSHA Confined Spaces Rule

The recently updated OSHA Confined Spaces rule is having a significant impact on many residential construction companies. The rule has been expanded to define most attics and crawlspaces as “confined spaces,” many of which will require permitting, testing, and even a second worker to stand by in case evacuation is required. The expanded OSHA Confined … Continue reading

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Will Your CO Meter Save Your Life?

Will Your CO Meter Save Your Life?

Recently our friend Benjamin Meredith, a local energy auditor and home inspector here in Harrisonburg, Virginia, called with that “you’re not going to believe what just happened” tone in his voice. He had just fired up a boiler in the course of an inspection on a small commercial building and his ambient carbon monoxide meter sounded … Continue reading