Tuesday’s product demos and presentations in the Learning Pavilions again focused on everything from sensor technology to ergonomics, and a few discussed OSHA’s new silica rule.

Some of the topics up for discussion Tuesday afternoon included:

  • Key ergonomic principles for use in increasing productive output, decreasing waste and reducing the risk factors and costs associated with musculoskeletal disorders.
  • Multi-sensor probes for IAQ and toxic exposure IH applications.
  • Software solutions for laboratory safety, compliance and training designed by scientific researchers.
  • Advanced techniques to lower noise levels. The importance of noise abatement has increased with costly disability liabilities of noisy work environments such as aircraft carriers and power plants.

Solutions to improve industrial ventilation measurement with the use of wireless air velocity meters, mobile apps and services.