Making safety an unconscious decision


Training can lead to a greater awareness of the hazards and risks involved with compressed gases, ensuring a better understanding of safety, prompting the questioning of existing practices, and improving procedures and building morale.There are so many ways for people to access information, however, that the value of workplace training ...

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