Safety requirements for energy and utilities can vary widely based on the source, which includes coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear. For example, advanced gas cooled reactors used in some power stations require that the carbon dioxide coolant used is monitored for leaks. Regardless of the type of power facility, gas, fire and other hazards pose significant risk to employee safety and can also disrupt the supply of energy to commercial and residential customers.

Primary Hazards
  • Combustible gases
  • Falling objects
  • High decibel levels
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Overhead obstacles
  • Oxygen (enriched or deficient)
  • Particulate or Aerosols
  • Toxic gases

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