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Whether it’s to protect the head, ears, eyes, hands or entire body, work safety is paramount in lab and manufacturing environments. Ranging from monitoring techniques to safety cabinets to special software applications and beyond, a wide spectrum of innovative solutions have been made available to safeguard the most valuable asset employers possess: their skilled workforce.
analytica Vietnam 2017: More exhibitors and a strong supporting program
analytica Vietnam is being held for the fifth time this year, and interest among companies is stronger than ever. Compared to the last time the fair was held (2015), approximately 15 percent more exhibitors are expected. Exhibition space is up by the same amount. Besides the product highlights of se more
Strong activity in the manufacturing and oil and gas sectors drives Western European
Increased activity in end-user industries such as manufacturing and oil and gas is expected to boost the adoption of above-the-neck personal protective equipment (PPE) across Western Europe. Opportunities abound, particularly in the manufacturing sector, where new jobs are being created due to in-sh more
analytica 2014: New special exhibit for occupational health and safety
Many laboratory workers believe they know the dangers of their work inside out. However, the fact that work accidents still occur on a regular basis shows just how important it is to keep abreast of safety issues. For the first time ever, the analytica 2014 is offering the Special Exhibit for Occupa more
Fall Protection Product Requirements for Confined Spaces
Need confined space solutions for fall hazards? MSA will help you to understand and identify the risks more
Risks and Hazards Caused by ELECTROSTATICS in the LAB?!
How ignition hazards can be avoided due to electrostatic charge in the lab? Here you will find support and recommendations for your safety more
Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 822: Hazards in Motion: Development of Mobile Geofences for Use in Logging Safety
Logging is one of the most hazardous occupations in the United States. Real-time positioning that uses global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology paired with radio frequency transmission (GNSS-RF) has the potential to reduce fatal and non-fatal accidents on logging operations through the u more
Preparation and Chemical Characterization of an Environmentally‐Friendly Coal Dust Cementing Agent
Abstract BACKGROUND Coal dust is a major byproduct generated during coal mining production. The diffusion of coal dust not only causes severe environmental pollution, but also poses a serious threat to miners’ health. How to provide effective control over coal dust remains one of the key topic more
IJERPH, Vol. 14, Pages 229: Occupational Safety and Health Conditions Aboard Small- and Medium-Size Fishing Vessels: Differences among Age Groups
Although marine fishing is one of the most hazardous occupations, research on the occupational safety and health (OSH) conditions aboard marine fishing vessels is scarce. For instance, little is known about the working conditions of vulnerable groups such as young and aging fishermen. The objective more
Dipl. Ing. André Podleisek
André Podleisek studied environmental engineering, focusing on environmental management, environmental law, environmentally oriented product design, and quality management at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-senftenberg. Then he worked at Robert Bosch GmbH at the corporate department for more