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Carbon Monoxide Hazards From Small Gasoline Powered Engines Checklist

It may be colorless, odorless, and nonirritating, but carbon monoxide can cause substantial damage to the health of workers in a short amount of time.

When you operate gasoline powered engines indoors, you put yourself at great risk.

In this Practical Tool, you'll discover:

  • The many health hazards presented by small gasoline powered engines and tools
  • 7 tips that all employers and equipment users can use to limit CO exposure
  • Separate guidelines that employers and equipment users should follow to ensure everyone’s safety

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