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Combating the 'Rodney Dangerfield Effect' i...

Combating the 'Rodney Dangerfield Effect' in Gas Detection

Occupational Health & Saftey

During the past few years, the oil and gas industry has seen a large spike in four-gas monitor usage. The reason behind the increase is that many companies are starting to realize that there are more common gas hazards outside of just hydrogen sul...

A Critical Performance Check

A Critical Performance Check

Industrial Hygiene Magazine

You wouldn’t drive a vehicle without putting on your seatbelt. You wouldn’t ride a bike without putting on a helmet. You don’t go to bed at night without locking your doors. Everyday practices like these create good habits that make our lives easi...

Understanding Cross Sensitivities Can Help ...

Understanding Cross Sensitivities Can Help Keep Workers Safer

EHS Today Magazine

Toxic, combustible and asphyxiant gases pose some of the greatest threats to workplace safety. In some cases, you may be unsure which gases could be present in your work environment. Fortunately, many different options are available to detect gase...

Are Poisons and Inhibitors Lurking in Your ...

Are Poisons and Inhibitors Lurking in Your Workspace?

Occupational Health & Safety Magazine

Just because a poison or inhibitor wasn’t applied directly to the instrument doesn’t mean that it may not have been exposed to something while in a tool box, storage locker, or anywhere else gas detection equipment may be stored.

Confined Space Entry Goes Wireless

Confined Space Entry Goes Wireless

ISHN Magazine

The year 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the implementation of permit-required confined space entry regulations in the United States. Thousands of entries that take place across the country every day have become, shall we say, standard. We cons...

Pump or No Pump - That is the Question

Pump or No Pump - That is the Question

EHS Today Magazine

Ever since workers began using electronic gas detectors, they have used instruments with pumps. The question of exactly when and how pumps should be used remains, even today.

WINTERIZING PORTABLE GAS DETECTION INSTRUME...

WINTERIZING PORTABLE GAS DETECTION INSTRUMENTS

EHS Today

Preparing gas detection instruments for the upcoming winter months should be a priority for every end user. It is crucial to perform maintenance tasks now so you are prepared when the weather changes.

When Emergencies Strike, Consider Gas Detec...

When Emergencies Strike, Consider Gas Detector Rentals

BIC Magazine

When you need gas detectors, and need them quickly, the most efficient and effective route is to rent. When speed is critical, gas detectors can be readied and delivered the very next day.

Have Stakeholders Kept Pace with Lowered TL...

Have Stakeholders Kept Pace with Lowered TLVs and RELs?

Occupational Health & Safety Magazine

Why is there so much comfort in the status quo when the people who need the protection of these products require so much more?

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO REAL-TIME GAS ALERTS

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO REAL-TIME GAS ALERTS

EHS Today Magazine

When it comes to gas detection, time and the right equipment is of the essence in avoiding a man-down situation.

Right-Size Your Fleet

Right-Size Your Fleet

ISHN Magazine

Selecting and buying the appropriate safety gear is a critical part of making sure your teams go home safely to their families. It can be tempting to make the decisions based solely on the per-unit purchase price. But when it comes to keeping your...

Bluetooth Beacons Improve Workplace Safety

Bluetooth Beacons Improve Workplace Safety

BIC Magazine

Most people today are using Bluetooth technology in their daily lives. Bluetooth (also known as Bluetooth Low Energy, or BLE) is embedded in many of our favorite consumer products and does a great job of making our lives more convenient and effici...