Find the right gas detectors and software solutions for your application. From hot work to confined space monitoring, we can help you decide which products will be the best fit.
OSHA defines hot work as any work that involves burning, welding, using fire- or spark-producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition.
The responsibility of first-responders at a hazardous materials incident is to protect life and property and to minimize environmental impact.
Before entering a confined space, you need to understand the regulations, obtain permits, gear up, and test the atmosphere within the space.
Fire and Emergency Response
Immediate evaluation of the situation upon arrival and continuous monitoring during a rescue situation are essential for everyone’s safety.
Continuous area monitoring for airborne toxic gases is essential as these can place worker safety, local residents, and the surrounding environment at risk.
Turnarounds and shutdowns can be quite hectic. The influx of maintenance workers can add confusion and uncertainty to an already complex and busy workplace.
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