MASSIVE protests rock Serbian capital after new Covid-19 lockdown announcement (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) Mounted police used teargas and truncheons to disperse a crowd of several thousand protesters gathered outside the Serbian parliament in Belgrade, opposed to the government’s announcement of a new coronavirus lockdown. Source: https://www.rt.com/news/494101-serbia-belgrade-lockdown-protest/ Watch coverage of this story in my Youtube Video Here: […]
A caller with asthma on the dilemma of not being able to get treatment for her son without endangering her life with a mask. And, doctors & respiratory specialists talk about the ineffectiveness of both cloth masks and N95 masks and how they actually increase your risk. Remember, the whole damn Covid scam is to […]
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Help all the people who are struggling with this assault on sanity.
By Anna Von Reitz
Here You Go, Folks.
Still need “proof” that Covid 19 is a long-planned and deliberate action using our doctors as involuntarily conscripted Uniformed Officers (Federal Title 37) to perform False Flags and Acts of War?
Anyone who thinks about the Half-Life of Uranium knows that no atomic bombs were ever dropped on Hiroshima or Nagasaki, Japan. Just more Bushwah. More Lies. Looking at that Whopper and looking at this, what do you believe?
- Our military brass has lost its mind and gone utterly rogue and corrupt.
- Our Federal Subcontractors are nothing but rabid dogs.
- The Pope really is the Antichrist.
- All the above.
Explain to me how this was done in 1994 and placed in the Hell Gate known as Denver Airport, and nobody knew poop galore?
Tear off the masks and shove them where the sun don’t shine.
If Protesters can break down statues and ruin public buildings and shoot little kids, it’s time we showed the whole world the good sense of cockroaches and tore off the masks and nationalized the Arab-owned media promoting this crap.
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OSHA Oxygen Concentration Standards
Confined spaces such as utility vaults, manholes, storage tanks and sewer silos pose a hazard to workers, particularly when there is oxygen depletion. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has rules for working in confined spaces, including acceptable oxygen concentration standards and situations in which employers must provide employees with respiratory protection.
Oxygen-Deficient Hazardous AtmosphereOSHA regulations define a confined space as any area with the following characteristics: the area is large enough for an employee to perform work; access to the area is limited; and the area is not intended to be a continually occupied work space. Employees typically enter a confined space to test equipment, perform maintenance or because of an emergency. When the oxygen concentration in any confined space dips below 19.5 percent, OSHA considers this an oxygen-deficient hazardous atmosphere that can threaten life or health. OSHA mandates that employers must implement procedures to warn employees of the oxygen-deficient hazard before they enter the confined space and provide necessary personal protection equipment.
Permit RequirementA confined space with a potentially oxygen-deficient hazardous atmosphere is known as a “permit-required confined space” in OSHA regulations. The employer is required to have a written permit to control entry into such a space. The permit must include all information necessary to ensure employee safety and comply with OSHA standard 1910.146(f), which requires, among other things, that the permit specify the name of all employees entering the confined space, the name of the supervisor authorizing entry, communication procedures, and the equipment required for entry.
Personal Protection Equipment: Employers must provide employees with air-supplying respirators such as a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied-air respirator with auxiliary self-contained air supply. OSHA regulations also require the employer to implement a written respiratory protection program to trains employees in using respirators.
Additional Considerations: Oxygen concentration level is not the only factor that determines whether a permit-required confined space is safe for employees to enter. The normal oxygen concentration for ambient air is 20.9 percent. Any time the concentration level is less, even at 19.5 percent or slightly above, the employer must determine the cause. Toxic fumes from a solvent can make the space unsuitable for employees, for instance.