A low-pressure warning device is a mechanism attached to a breathing apparatus that alerts the user when their supplied air reaches a residual pressure of 55 (+/- 5) bar. This corresponds to approximately ten minutes of breathable air, and the alarm is meant to provide the user sufficient time to...
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A true culture of health and safety relies not only on a strong safety program, but one that also focuses on worker wellbeing. The Campbell Institute has released a new white paper on this topic.