Carbon Monoxide Exposures Webinar Series

Carbon monoxide affects human health at relatively low concentrations and can become fatal at sustained CO concentrations above 150 to 200 ppm. In forensic investigations, our experts are often tasked with determining how and why CO was able to concentrate within enclosed areas.

In this webinar, Mechanical Engineer and Building Systems Expert, Dale Cagwin will discuss some of the most common causes of Carbon Monoxide accumulations in occupied spaces. By drawing on case experience, Dale will explain some of the many sources of CO gas, how emissions should be exhausted from occupied areas, and what can go wrong to cause dangerous concentrations of this toxic gas.


Dale J. Cagwin, Mechanical Engineer & Building Systems Expert

Dale J. Cagwin, P.E., C.F.E.I.

Mechanical Engineer & Building Systems Expert
Dale's knowledge in fire protection engineering, HVAC, plumbing, gas, water, sewage and industrial systems is difficult to match. As a Mechanical Engineer, Dale designed and managed construction… read more.