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Introducing Bump-N-Go™ Portable Bump Cylind...

Introducing Bump-N-Go™ Portable Bump Cylinders in the European Union

PB19-01-1

Industrial Scientific is pleased to announce the availability of Bump-N-Go portable bump cylinders designed to simplify bump testing in the field. In situations where a docking station is not available or feasible, Bump-N-Go cylinders provide an e...

Selection of Calibration Gas cylinders in E...

Selection of Calibration Gas cylinders in EMEA

PB18-12-2

Industrial Scientific is pleased to announce a change in the selection of calibration gas cylinders in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.To simplify cylinder selection and ordering, Industrial Scientific will no longer supply 58 liter gas cylind...

Lone Workers in the Hierarchy of Safety Con...

Lone Workers in the Hierarchy of Safety Controls

A large oil and gas producer was in the market to outfit lone workers with new safety equipment at one of its operations in the western United States. Lone worker solutions have come a long way in taking full advantage of current technology. While...

Using IIoT to Improve Safety in Industrial ...

Using IIoT to Improve Safety in Industrial Environments

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connects machines and devices in industrial environments such as oil and gas, transportation, and power generation to improve operational efficiencies, reduce downtime, and enhance worker safety among other...

Taking the Guesswork Out of Gas Detection

Taking the Guesswork Out of Gas Detection

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. Training is c...

Confined Spaces in Construction and Atmosph...

Confined Spaces in Construction and Atmospheric Testing

The new standard for confined space entry in the construction industry took effect on August 3, 2015. How ready is your organization to take on the new rules? Have you defined your potential hazards? Do you have the gas monitoring equipment necess...

Calibration Station or Docking Station

Calibration Station or Docking Station

Proper instrument maintenance is the foundation of a sound gas detection safety program. Personal gas detector manufacturers as well as regulatory agencies recommend and require that, at a minimum, the instruments go through a functional (bump) te...

DualSense Technology - Why Two Are Safer Th...

DualSense Technology - Why Two Are Safer Than One

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 dont? Is there any way not to bump t...

Does Your Gas Detection Program Need a Heal...

Does Your Gas Detection Program Need a Health Check?

Though the essential data stored within gas detectors will help safety personnel make decisions that increase workplace safety and strengthen their safety cultures, it often goes unused. Informed decisions will save lives; uninformed decisions wil...

Why Bump Testing Saves Lives

Why Bump Testing Saves Lives

This white paper breaks new ground with an analysis of data collected over a seven-year period. It goes beyond simply describing what the test is and what it does. A solid correlation exists between a gas detectors likelihood of failure and how of...

Don't Rush Gas Detection Monitoring

Don't Rush Gas Detection Monitoring

ISHN Magazine

Time is money. Its an old saying that wehave heard a thousand times, but why is itso memorable? Perhaps because its true.The problem with this maxim is that to savetime, people often lose sight of safety. When itcomes to safety, we all know how to...

Confined Spaces: We Have a Failure to Commu...

Confined Spaces: We Have a Failure to Communicate

Occupational Health and Safety

Given the statistics on confined space deaths, shouldnt rescuers know aboutatmospheric conditions before entering and attempting rescue? And shouldntthe attendant know about the entrants readings in real time anyway?A quote from the 1967 film Cool...

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