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acetylene advance affected area afterdamp air base coordinator air lock air samples airflow anemometer Answer asphyxiant asphyxiating gases atmosphere body brattice cloth carbon dioxide carbon monoxide chalkboard sketch chemical analysis combustion command center communication concentrations Detection discuss doors equipment exhaust airways explosive gases explosive range fire area fire or explosion fire triangle firefighting fresh air base gas conditions gas detectors ground conditions handout hydrogen sulfide ignition intake air line brattice located main fan material members will identify methane miners multi-gas detector necessary nitrogen Nitrogen Dioxide normal air Note overhead transparency oxygen deficiency percent permanent bulkhead personnel possible pressure procedures Radon recovery operation Refer to Visual refuge chamber rescue and recovery rescue team members reventilation SCBA sealed area self-contained breathing apparatus single-level smoke tube soluble specific gravity sulfur dioxide sure survivors team's temporary bulkheads temporary seals tion toxic training module underground unsealing velocity ventilation controls