A Guide for Responding to Carbon Monoxide Calls
A Guide for Responding to Carbon Monoxide Calls
Mike Platek | Monday, October 12, 2020 | Gas Detection Education

Dropping temperatures outside mean furnaces and wood burners are heating up inside, putting homeowners and first responders at a higher risk for carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide isn’t a naturally occurring gas, but it’s one people are th...

The Two Key Features Utility Workers Need in their Gas Detectors
The Two Key Features Utility Workers Need in their Gas Detectors
Dante Moore | Monday, October 5, 2020 | Confined Space, Gas Detection Education

Gas detection is an important safety precaution in the utilities industry. However, when it comes to using gas detectors for utility work, it’s often hard to know how you should configure it for your specific application. Case in point: working in...

Don’t Let Ammonia Catch You in the Cold
Don’t Let Ammonia Catch You in the Cold
Dave Wagner | Friday, September 18, 2020 | Gas Detection Education

One thing common to almost every segment of the food and beverage industry is cold storage. Whether it is flash freezing in spiral or walk in freezers or simply sustained cold storage for finished products, cold storage units are used throughout t...

Do I Need to Zero my Gas Monitor Each Time I Turn it On?
Do I Need to Zero my Gas Monitor Each Time I Turn it On?
Dave Wagner | Thursday, September 17, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment

Lately, I have been asked a number of questions regarding whether it is necessary to “zero” a portable gas monitor each time it is turned on for use. It’s actually a great question, so what's all this zeroing stuff about anyhow? As a best practice...

New Cellular Gas Detectors Offer Simple Connectivity
New Cellular Gas Detectors Offer Simple Connectivity
Tae-Yeon Won | Monday, September 14, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment

Safety professionals have the weight of the world on their shoulders these days. On top of traditional safety challenges, major changes to operations thanks to COVID-19 mean traffic patterns across your site are different. With some employees work...

Thinking About 3G Safety Devices? Think Again
Thinking About 3G Safety Devices? Think Again
Tae-Yeon Won | Tuesday, September 8, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment

To help workers stay safe on the job, employers are relying more and more on connected safety devices. Workers benefit from this connectivity by knowing they can get help if needed, while employers can reduce risk and collect valuable safety data ...

Why You Need Connected Safety Training
Why You Need Connected Safety Training
Jason Fry | Monday, August 31, 2020 | Gas Detection Education, Safety Culture

Visibility has always been a challenge for safety professionals. With so many workers, regulations, and different aspects of safety to cover in so little time, it’s hard to keep your finger on the pulse of your site. Thankfully, Industrial Interne...

When Emergencies Strike, Consider Gas Detector Rental
When Emergencies Strike, Consider Gas Detector Rental
Jason Wright | Thursday, August 27, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment

When you need gas detectors, and need them quickly, renting is the most efficient and effective route. When speed is critical, gas detectors can be readied and delivered the very next day—or even the same day—in some cases. Whether the driving fac...

Atmospheric Hazards Aren’t Working from Home
Atmospheric Hazards Aren’t Working from Home
Kyle Krueger | Monday, August 24, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment, Safety Culture

Since the first gas monitor beeped, there has always been someone responsible for the well-being of that unit. This person usually holds the title of a safety professional. Whenever there is a question about the monitor (usage, functionality, etc....

The Truth about Cl2 and ClO2 Monitoring
The Truth about Cl2 and ClO2 Monitoring
Gregg Bako | Monday, August 17, 2020 | Gas Detection Equipment, Sensor Technology

If you work with chlorine (Cl2) or chlorine dioxide (ClO2), you’ve probably heard that gas detectors with these sensors are hard to maintain. This is a common myth. So why all the angst when it comes to chlorine and chlorine dioxide? This myth mos...

Why You Need to Know Your Gas Detector’s Measuring Range
Why You Need to Know Your Gas Detector’s Measuring Range
James Moody | Monday, August 10, 2020 | Gas Detection Education, Sensor Technology

Are your workers unknowingly overexposed to hazardous gases—even when they use personal protective equipment?  Safety professionals consider many factors when recommending respiratory protection for workers in environments that may contain toxic g...

Prevent COVID-19 Spread: Set Boundaries and Track Worker Contact
Prevent COVID-19 Spread: Set Boundaries and Track Worker Contact
Mike Russin | Monday, August 3, 2020 | Safety Culture

Many industrial hygienists and safety leaders are finding themselves in a new role thanks to the spread of COVID-19: pandemic response coordinator. It’s a role few expected to inherit, and even fewer have been trained for. But it’s also one that y...

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