The influence of the olfactory system to warn us of possible danger is more powerful than we think. This trigger is why stench gas is commonly deployed in high-risk areas where multiple alerts are needed.
Tag: Stench Gas
Information collected from our five primary senses helps detect danger, enabling you to react to your surroundings. In underground mines and tunnels or industrial environments, your senses play a vital role in keeping you safe.
In tunnelling, emergency communication systems distribute information and instructions to manage emergency response plans better.
Regulation 4.37 states that flammable materials or explosives are not to be stored near mine openings. Stench Gas contains Ethyl Mercaptan
Kamoto Africa implements a fully integrated electric stench gas mine alert system on-site to improve Emergency Response Procedures.