Health & Safety

Walking Assist Device trial announced

Project to examine benefits for Parkinson's disease sufferers

Upgraded noise mapping software released

Improvements include enhanced handling of geodata

Why haemorrhage control matters in motorsport

Though thankfully rare, accidents do occur and swift action is sometimes vital


New tiny photodiode

Medical and sporting wearable devices could benefit most

New safety features on show at the Smart City Expo in Barcelona

This Seat Leon concept has 19 innovative ways to make your journey safer

A helping hand on the assembly line

Ford workers are testing new upper body exoskeletal technology that helps lessen the chance of fatigue or injury while performing overhead tasks

New temperature sensor launched

Small sensor features a variable supply voltage and tiny footprint

Damage limitation

Explosion prevention through better detection. By Roger Bours

Latest version of optimisation software for process industries

Software delivers activated dynamic analysis and expands safety analysis and cost estimation capabilities

Wireless technology adds a new dimension to accessing plant data

Gary Williams separates the myths and facts associated with wireless plant communications

New ISO standard for safety of consumer goods

ISO has started the process to develop a new international standard to protect people from health and safety risks posed by consumer goods

Triconex Trident safety system now with rotating machinery modules

Version 2.1.1 of the Triconex Trident safety system from Invensys Operations Management benefits from new input modules for use with rotating machinery

Modular construction kit for flexible electrical installation

Modular MIC control cabinets for wall installation or machine integration reduce installation costs

Turning 'plastic islands' into vacuum cleaners

Electrolux launches ‘Vac from the Sea’ initiative to turn plastic pollution into vacuum cleaners



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