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Confined spaces Gas detection Industrial Scientific Corp. Responding is Dante Moore, senior applications engineer, Industrial Scientific Corp. , Pittsburgh. Answer: Confined spaces are defined by OSHA as spaces large enough for workers to enter yet not intended for continuous use. Confined spaces have limited or restricted entry and exit points. These characteristics mean that gas levels can change rapidly, rendering the atmosphere hazardous with little warning. For this reason, it’s important for confined space entrants and hole watchers to not only know – at any given moment – whether the space is safe or not, but also whether conditions are trending toward danger so they have time to make informed decisions about their safety. So, how can you protect your workers in confined spaces? Supply them with direct-reading monitors. In fact, OSHA requires the use of direct-reading monitors when testing the atmosphere of a confined space before entering. You might be tempted to use alarm-only gas monitors because of their promises of simplicity – your workers only have to know whether the device is in alarm mode and, when it is, they evacuate the space. However, alarm-only monitors don’t give workers the information or time they need to prepare for risky situations. Let’s say that a worker takes a reading of the confined space with an alarm-only detector before entering and the alarm doesn’t activate. The oxygen level is above the minimum safe level of 19.5%, but only barely. The worker then assumes the space is safe and enters. It might only take a few minutes for the oxygen level to drop below the safe amount, giving the worker no notice that they need to leave the confined space. This can lead to a rushed exit if the worker is lucky and a tragedy if they’re not. On the other hand, if the worker had used a direct-reading monitor, they would have known that the space had a nearly unsafe oxygen level before entering and been able to ventilate the space or delay the entry. Direct-reading monitors show workers how safe the atmosphere is as well as give them a chance to recognize patterns and respond to shifting gas levels. In addition to testing the atmosphere with a direct-reading monitor before entering a confined space, it’s a best practice to continuously monitor atmospheric conditions. Gas levels can be unpredictable and change quickly even between periodic checks.

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WEATHER ALERTView full list of active weather alerts Chris Crane wants to know why it's taking so long to widen Orange Avenue near the Orange-Osceola county line. (Spectrum News/Jerry Hume) Traffic Inbox: What's taking so long to widen Orange Avenue? UPDATED 9:13 AM ET Aug. 02, 2021 PUBLISHED 6:52 AM ET Aug. 02, 2021 PUBLISHED 6:52 AM EDT Aug. 02, 2021 ORLANDO, Fla. — A segment of Orange Avenue between Orange and Osceola counties is causing slowdowns and headaches. Orange Avenue goes down to two lanes for a half mile, causing backups Chokepoint is where Orange and Osceola counties meet Orange County plans to widen the road to four lanes Chris Crane wrote into Traffic Inbox to ask us what’s holding up improvements on Orange Avenue between Florida’s Turnpike's overpass bridge and the Osceola County line. “A few years ago they expanded the road to four lanes in Osceola and they expanded the road and improved the road in Orange County, but they left a little narrow two-way more hints windy spot right in the middle of everything," Crane said. Crane says when he drives to and from work that narrow, two-way windy spot causes congestion and can be dangerous when drivers merge. “(Drivers) just cut over at the last second and you got to hit the brakes and worry about somebody behind you hitting the brakes, it's just aggravating," he said. Orange County spokesperson Despina McLaughlin says they’re actively looking to widen Orange Avenue a half a mile from the Osceola County line to the Turnpike bridge. But acquiring funding, building through wetlands and working with a private partner all take time. “Please bear in mind that a typical roadway project takes seven to eight years from study to completion,” McLaughlin said. “However, the county will work closely with its private partner to complete the project as soon as possible.” Orange County’s private partner is the Deerfield Land Corporation . Owned by Tupperware, its goal is to further develop the area and with it, widen Orange Avenue. It has deeded over additional right-of-way to accommodate the expansion from two lanes to four, and last year it completed a feasibility study for widening. The company says it’s now in Orange County’s court. “Somebody needs to bite the bullet and do the work," Crane said. Right now the county says the project is partially funded. A timeline hasn’t been released.

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