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Industrial Gas Safety Posters

CO2Meter gas detection safety solutions have been utilized by thousands of partners worldwide and integrated into hundreds of applications where employee safety and gas training have always been top priority. As the industry continues to evolve, the same gas detection solutions have been used in new applications by new partners and customers across the globe.

CO2Meter has now created easy-to-use downloadable gas safety posters that highlight and provide a broader overview of some of the pertinent information that is needed to safely use, handle, and store gas in the workplace. 

Our goal is to encourage our partners and customers to take advantage of and share these free, downloadable resources to aid in generating more awareness when it comes to gas safety in the field.

For more information on gas safety resources, or to gain customized gas safety posters please be sure to contact us directly


Carbon Dioxide Gas Safety Hazards Poster

co2 greenhouse

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that while critical across environments holds potential hazards at high concentrations. We provide an important overview on CO2 safety, industry standards, and potential hazard points you should know – click the link below to download a printable pdf. version. Click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

 

Oxygen Gas Safety Hazards Poster

Portable handheld CO2 Meter

For many industries there is a primary risk of oxygen deficiency when the concentration of oxygen in the air falls below the levels required to sustain human life. This can lead to a range of health and safety risks. We provide an easy to download oxygen safety flyer to assess oxygen deficiency hazards, industry codes, and potential hazard points you should know - click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

Ammonia Gas Safety Hazards Poster

co2 indoor air quality

Ammonia (NH3) is a commonly used gas in various industrial and commercial applications, including refrigeration, manufacturing, and agriculture. While it has many useful properties, ammonia can pose significant safety hazards if not handled properly. We highlight the industry standards, safety protocols, and health symptoms you should be aware of when working with the gas - click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

 

Carbon Monoxide Gas Safety Hazards Poster

Carbon Monoxide Gas Safety Poster

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly toxic gas that is produced by incomplete combustion of carbon containing fuels. It poses significant safety hazards due to its colorless, odorless, and tasteless nature, making it difficult to detect without proper monitoring solutions. We highlight the main CO hazards you should know and industry standards when working with this gas in the field - click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

 

Methane Gas Safety Hazards Poster

Methane gas safety poster

Methane gas, while not typically as toxic as some other gases, poses several safety hazards due to its flammability and potential for asphyxiation. We highlight the key safety hazards associated with methane gas, industry standards, and potential hazard points you should know -  click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

 

Hydrogen Gas Safety Hazards Poster

algae and biofuel production

Hydrogen gas, despite numerous industrial and commercial applications, presents several safety hazards due to its flammability, potential for explosion, and reactivity with other chemicals. We highlight the main hydrogen safety protocols, standards, and best practices you should know - click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.

Refrigerants Safety Hazards Poster

algae and biofuel production

Refrigerants play a critical role in maintaining comfortable temperatures, however, can pose several safety hazards if mishandled or released into the environment. We highlight the key safety hazards associated with refrigerants, industry standards, and best practices you should know - click the link below to download a printable pdf. version.