- OIL & GAS
When event manager and noise consultant Chris Selkirk goes on to a festival site for the first time, in his own words, he is looking for a “win-win-win” scenario on noise measurement and compliance. For many years Chris has been brought in by festival organisers for his expertise in noise measurement and acoustic understanding at large outdoor events.
This year, gas detection industry worldwide revenues reached $2.2 billion, showing the huge growth and sophistication of the industry. A recent industry poll by Honeywell Company City Technology shows that reliability is the most important factor driving purchasing decisions in the global gas detection industry.
Yo, Mr White! We need beakers, respirators... Hazardous Location Lights is what Jesse meant to say. Outside the lab, safety was not a concern for Heisenberg, but Walter White maintained a safety first attitude in his manufacturing environments.
PIP is pleased to announce that as of Monday, December 30th, 2013, our Corporate Headquarters will move to nearby Latham, NY. Our new location will be home to our Executive, Administrative, Sales and Global Marketing teams.
IRISS, a leader in the permanent electrical safety devices (PESD’s) market, was selected as a finalist for two Electrical Industry Awards in 2013. One award recognized IRISS as a Product of the Year finalist for providing Stansted Airport the ability to perform safe, electrical inspections and shortening the inspection time and associated costs.
3M has unveiled a state-of-the-art testing facility for its expanding portfolio of fall protection solutions, complete with a research and development tower. The testing facility is located within 3M’s Fall Protection campus in Cottage Grove, Minn. and will be fully functional by the end of 2013.
Reconfirming the need for strengthening oil and gas industry education and training is the “The 1ppm (parts per million) Hydrogen Sulfide Threshold: Are you prepared?” survey completed by Dräger, an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology, in association with the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the world’s oldest professional safety society.
50% of people exposed to toxic levels of hydrogen sulfide for just five minutes will not survive. Even a single breath of the dangerous gas can cause immediate death. The good news? There are safety measures to help prevent these deaths.
GreenWood, Inc., an integrated operations, maintenance and construction solutions provider, recently celebrated a safety milestone of 4.5 million safe work hours at their Merck project site in Elkton, Virginia. GreenWood provides Merck with various construction related services.
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