Compressed Gas Safety-Environmental Health & Safety - Carnegie Mellon University

Compressed Gas Safety

Many gases have hazardous attributes, such as being poisonous, causing asphyxiation, supporting fires, or having other dangerous properties. When these gases are compressed in containers, their high pressure adds a special hazard to their use and storage. Carnegie Mellon has developed Compressed Gas Policies and Procedures addressing the safe handling of compressed gases.

  • Gas Policies and Procedures (Under Construction)