What no user can afford to do when it comes to lifesaving gas detectors, is to take a guess. Simply clipping on a monitor does not keep the user safe. Understanding the power and limitations of a gas detector requires some education.
Are you ready for the new construction confined space standard? The new standard for confined space entry in the construction industry took effect August 3, 2015. How ready is your organization to take on the new rules? Have you defined our potential hazards? Do you have the gas monitoring
equipment necessary to perform pre-entry testing and continuous monitoring as required by the regulation?
Download this white paper to help you decide “Calibration Station or Docking Station – Which one do you need for your gas detectors?
Calibrate at least monthly and bump test daily. These are the typical recommendations for maintaining gas detectors.
But how often do users actually bump test their instruments? How much less safe are you if you don’t? Is there any way not to bump test and be just as safe as you would be if you did?
From this white paper, learn the three things every safety professional should know about their portable gas detectors, data management and safety culture.
This paper explores the correlation between bump test intervals and gas detector failures. And, it demonstrates the life-saving importance of performing the test prior to each day’s use.