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RAE Systems, Inc., a leading provider of toxic-gas and radiation monitoring solutions, today announced it has received the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Global Leadership Award for gas detection, based on the global research organization’s independent market research.
The Cadmium Biological Monitoring Advisor, a new online tool from OSHA, analyzes biological monitoring results provided by the user. These data, along with a series of answers to questions generated by the cadmium advisor, are used to determine the biological monitoring and medical surveillance requirements that must be met under the general industry cadmium standard (29 CFR 1910.1027).
While few were aware of it, sports fans in Detroit attending the 2005 Super Bowl XL, or the Major League Baseball All-Star game that same year, or the two 2012 World Series’ games held at Comerica Park in October had an added layer of protection to thwart anyone from concealing dangerous industrial chemicals or deploying the likes of a “dirty bomb.”
To help ensure that emergency workers are protected from the safety and health risks inherent in their work, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has developed an Emergency Responder Health Monitoring and Surveillance system.
RAE Systems new ProRAE Guardian software adds enhanced safety features to wireless safety monitoring system
RAE Systems, the leader in toxic gas detection systems and portable detectors, today announced the immediate availability of its upgraded ProRAE Guardian (PRG) V.1.5 Windows® based software.
Available On Demand By attending this presentation, you will be able to answer: What are VOCs and why are they dangerous? How do you use PId sensors to measure VOC vapors and make decisions? What are the differences between PID and LEL sensors? What are the most common mistakes users make with PIDs?Read More