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Light fittings for hazardous areas

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

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

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

Electronic pipeline monitoring system offers advanced leak detection

Monitors integrity of gas and fluid pipelines and can be used in conjunction with any type of valve actuator and a wide range of pressure sensors

Reducing 'nuisance' alarms in process industries

New DynAMo alarm suite helps industrial plant operators identify and address most important automation alarms

Safe turning and tilting of heavy plant

Tool-Mover turns the load at the centre of gravity which means that the load is turned very smoothly and securely

Controlling access to hazardous machinery and equipment

tGard is a metal-bodied safety system that enables the configuration of various safety products including electrical safety gate switches

Mission-critical applications and their vulnerabilities

Cybersecurity is becoming an increasingly important aspect of plant safety as new strategies and technologies are implemented. Eugene McCarthy reports

Regulations compel industries to implement safety instrumented systems

End users’ desire for greater control over production processes increases adoption of SISs in Europe, finds Frost & Sullivan

Safety technology improved for acetylene filling systems

New decomposition arrestor from Witt-Gasetechnik protects up to 25 bar/362 psi

Safety interlocks receives TÜV SÜD Safety Approval

Trapped key interlocking is a suitable method of safeguarding machinery or potentially dangerous areas

Data protection: 46 per cent of employees admit to bypassing security to get job done

Meanwhile, 40 per cent admitted that if they were breached no one would notice, says research by Voltage Security

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