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HAZMAT - Airing out the details . . .
In the transportation industry, exposure to liquid-fuels and their by-products is common. For example, gasoline and diesel fuel both emit combustion by-products dangerous to your health.
Carbon monoxide exposure
If you work in the transportation industry, chances are you could be exposed to carbon monoxide. One of the most hazardous is carbon monoxide (CO), known as the silent killer. See below to understand the symptoms of CO exposure and how to protect yourself.
|Tightness across the chest|
|Loss of consciousness|
|Report situations that might cause CO to accumulate (e.g., a leaking pipe).|
|Be alert to ventilation problems, especially in enclosed areas.|
|Report complaints of dizziness, drowsiness, or nausea.|
|Avoid overexertion if you suspect CO poisoning.|
|Tell your doctor that you may have been exposed to CO if you get sick.|
|Avoid the use of gas-powered engines, such as those in powered washers as well as heaters and forklifts, while you work in enclosed spaces.|
|If you suspect exposure to CO, LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY!|
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