Don't overestimate the feeling of panic when an H2S alarm sounds. With continuous low-level exposure, or at high concentrations, it can cause severe injuries or fatalities without proper actions and apparatus.
At lower concentrations, people can smell the “rotten egg” odor of hydrogen sulfide at low concentrations in the air. However, with continuous low-level exposure, or at high concentrations, a person loses his/her ability to smell the gas even though it is still present (olfactory fatigue). When this happens, it can cause severe injuries or fatalities without proper actions and apparatus.
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