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What do you do with your single-use gas monitor once it expires?
Sep 13th 2021

What do you do with your single-use gas monitor once it expires?

Single-use gas monitors don’t last forever. Like a lot of devices, they have a usable life at which point they stop working as effectively. While your monitor might still turn on after its expiration date, it’s safest not to use it: there’s no room for error when it comes to gas detection monitors, which protect workers from dangerous atmospheric hazards that can cause long-term injury, illness, a … read more
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What’s the shelf life of common calibration gases?
Sep 13th 2021

What’s the shelf life of common calibration gases?

Calibration gas can expire just like food, and just like expired food, expired gas can cause major problems. The cylinders of gas that are used for bump testing and calibration are a crucial part of ensuring that gas monitors perform as they should to keep workers safe. Test gases come in disposable cylinders in set amounts and concentrations that get used to calibrate gas detection equipment. If … read more
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Automate your Gas Detection Process with Honeywell's E3Point Gas Detector
Sep 8th 2021

Automate your Gas Detection Process with Honeywell's E3Point Gas Detector

The Honeywell E3Point Gas Detector is designed to help your team work smarter by automating the gas detection process. It uses advanced technology to increase the reach of your gas detectors while maintaining the efficacy of your equipment. It can even help you save money on your utilities by regulating your HVAC system and utilities. These products work with all different types of gas detec … read more
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First Aid Kit Requirements and Workplace First Aid Kit Checklist
Sep 1st 2021

First Aid Kit Requirements and Workplace First Aid Kit Checklist

First aid kits are a must-have item for just about every workplace, regardless of industry or threats. Despite PPE and an abundance of caution, accidents can still happen that lead to injuries and illnesses. A first aid kit, at least one person that knows how to administer first aid, and workplace requirements can help avoid major mishaps. Start with the OSHA or equivalent standards and work fr … read more
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How Long Do My Respirator Filters Last?
Jun 29th 2021

How Long Do My Respirator Filters Last?

Being able to breathe without inhaling dangerous particulates and vapors is crucial to respiratory safety. Many workers using respirators for jobs involving construction, often wonder how long their respirator filters last before they should be replaced. The actual answer is “it depends,” but that’s because much of it is relative to the environment in which they are being us … read more
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How to Properly Insert Ear Plugs
Jun 2nd 2021

How to Properly Insert Ear Plugs

Loud noises on the worksite are irritating and dangerous. Short-term exposure to very loud worksite sounds can cause permanent nerve damage to the inner ear and hearing loss. Ear plugs are just one piece of hearing protection PPE that can be used to protect your ears—when worn properly, they can be used in noise up to 110 dB (roughly the noise level of a chainsaw, leaf blower, or snowmobile). T … read more
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Tips on Avoiding Heat-Related Illnesses This Summer
May 17th 2021

Tips on Avoiding Heat-Related Illnesses This Summer

Whether it’s your busiest season or business as usual, hot summer temperatures mean a new set of workplace challenges. Workers are feeling sluggish and unmotivated, and the risk of heat-related illnesses is constantly looming no matter where you’re working. While technically there aren’t OSHA standards specifically for heat exposure, employers must provide safe conditions, appropriate summer … read more