Previously, we described the symptoms of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) exposure. However, H2S exposure can be difficult to understand. That’s why we created this chart to educate workers and better illustrate the dangers of this deadly gas.
Our chart is measured in PPM (parts per million). This means the amount of gas mixed into the air. Simply put, if you collect a million air molecules and count them individually, you’d find this many parts of hydrogen sulfide. Because H2S is particularly dangerous, workers should take care to use H2S detectors while around natural gas and oil.
If you or someone you love suffered wrongful death due to hydrogen sulfide exposure or if you were exposed to hydrogen sulfide due to negligent workplace safety measures, you may have a case. If you’d like an experienced North Dakota personal injury attorney from Pringle & Herigstad to evaluate your hydrogen sulfide exposure case, please send us an email or call (855) 245-5100.