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Continuous benzene specific monitor launched

Ion Science announces continuous benzene specific monitor for petrochemical applications

Counting the costs of poor quality

It is tempting to think of enclosures as simple boxes that, in the grand scheme of things, do not do much. But that is to completely misunderstand their purpose, writes Terry Spriggs

Portable gas detector

Features enhanced battery power for longer shifts and harsh environmental conditions

The danger from within

New academic study reveals that internal attacks are on the rise. Louise Smyth reports on how the process sector can take measures to protect itself

Interlocks minimise opportunities for human error

Interlocking systems are vital to ensure that process operations occur in the correct sequential order. Minimising the possibility of human error, they protect workers from injury and property from damage. Sean Ottewell reports

The red firefighter

Fire pump motors are the critical component in building sprinkler systems, their role being to supply a robust, pressurised water supply to both the sprinkler risers and to hose stand pipes

Gas detector can detect 29 hydrocarbon gases or vapours

Detects toluene, cyclohexane, isopropyl alcohol, methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) and paraxylene

Light fittings for hazardous areas

New range of fluorescent lights for use in Ex zone 1/21 and 2/22 hazardous areas

Safety switches for Zone 22 hazardous dust applications

Approved for environments such as flour/grain mills, sugar processing, food processing, metal processing and other production environments

Hands-on advice

Hand protection in the workplace guide launched by UK safety expert

Be prepared: constructive explosion protection

To ensure safety equipment must be designed so that no injuries occur even if an explosion takes place

Explosion test island reaches new heights

Expansion of facilities on test island dedicated to improving safety

Revitalised eye protection range hits the market

Scott Safety launches new range of eye protection

Safety showers: are yours fit for purpose?

Ensuring that emergency showers and eyebaths are fit for purpose and ready to withstand a winter freeze is essential. Janet Dickinson explains

Wireless gas sensing brings a new level of worker safety

Gas sensing has always played an important role in worker safety, but the power and accuracy of new wireless-based solutions is bringing a new level of protection. Sean Ottewell reports

Exploring the role of hazard studies and how they can be broadened

Maintenance: efficient and safe! Expert advice on HAZOP studies and how to enhance their usefulness in the modern world

Explosion-protected LED safety torches and chargers

TX/CX40 and TX/CX20 torch and charger are monitored continuously for any faults via automatic function testing

Emergency showers and eyebaths: are they fit for purpose?

While we are still enjoying milder conditions, now is a very good time to conduct an annual service, inspection and compliance assessment for every on-site safety shower, eyewash station and also just as importantly the supply pipe. Janet Dickinson reports

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