Webinar: Mastering Gas Detection for Water & Wastewater: 3 Key Applications

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In water and wastewater, gas detection is critical to safety – both on site and for lone workers in the field. To stay safe, you need to know where workers are likely to encounter gas hazards and how to detect them. In this webinar, we’ll explain the top three gas detection applications you need to protect your people, plant and community. We’ll also cover tools and tips you can use to increase safety and visibility into confined space entries, protect lone workers, simplify your gas detection program, track exposure data, control odors, and more.

You’ll learn:

• How pre-entry sampling and continuous monitoring reduce the risk of confined space entries

• Simple ways to stay connected with lone workers—even in remote locations

• How to easily track exposure data back to individuals for follow up and reporting

• Ways to quickly identify facility maintenance hazards across your site

• How to simplify odor monitoring and odor control 


Dave Wagner is director of applications engineering and product knowledge for Industrial Scientific. He has been extensively involved with the development and application of portable gas monitoring instruments and the development of innovative solutions to complex gas monitoring problems since joining the company in 1986. Dave has served as a member of the AIHA Real Time Detection Systems Committee and a member of the NFPA 350 committee creating a best practice guide for confined space entry. Dave earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and holds a Master of Science degree in Management and Technology from Carlow University in Pittsburgh, PA.

Kyle Krueger is a solutions marketing manager for Industrial Scientific. He has over 15 years of experience specifically within the gas detection industry across roles that include sales, marketing, and product management. He joined Industrial Scientific in 2013. He has had numerous articles published in industry magazines and lives in Denver with his wife and two young children.


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