Gemma Finnegan
Gemma Finnegan
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Written by Gemma Finnegan MEng MSc CFSP MIET Senior Safety Consultant Micropack (Engineering) Ltd.

Sour gas, rotten eggs – recipe for disaster: Part 2

Previously, we discussed broadly the dangers posed by the toxic gas Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), why this is a problem in the industry, specifically with reference to onsite personnel, the physiological effects, exposure limits and detection limits typical for toxic gas…

Sour gas, rotten eggs – recipe for disaster

In this first, of a two-part article, Gemma Finnegan discusses the dangers posed by hydrogen sulphide to people and detection limits normally needed for toxic gas detection. In the next edition of Gulf Fire Gemma discusses how 3D fire and…

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