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Draeger Safety UK Ltd

Ullswater Close
Blyth Riverside Business Park
Blyth
Northumberland
NE24 4RG
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0) 1670 352 891
Email : marketing.uk@draeger.com
Web : http://www.draeger.com/


Article archive for Draeger Safety UK Ltd;

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Safety in the UK’s renewable energy sector 16 May 2023

There is little doubt that the UK is keen to lead the field as the world looks towards a global energy transition. The UK has the largest offshore wind market in Europe, providing 42% of Europe's operating fleet, and ‘Hornsea One’, located off the Yorkshire coast, is believed to be the world’s largest offshore wind farm with a total capacity of 1.2gw; enough energy to power more than a million UK homes....

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The new X-am 2800®: Dräger reliability and durability you already trust. Now connected. 18 October 2022

The new Dräger X-am 2800® Bluetooth-enabled multi-gas detector is compatible with Gas Detection Connect, providing live data and powerful fleet management in the cloud. Suitable for the harshest of environments, the resilient IP68-certified design provides high levels of ingress protection and has been independently drop-tested to 2.5m on concrete. The X-am 2800® offers the highest level of connected safety at a low cost of ownership....

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UK faces safety ‘brain drain’, new report says 07 October 2022

New research into the state of safety in UK workplaces has found that despite Covid serving as a catalyst for health & safety improvements, offering ‘unprecedented’ opportunity for businesses to create a lasting health and safety legacy, businesses expressed concerns about a major industrial disaster amidst safety ‘brain drain’ as older, experienced workers leave the workplace....

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Draeger Safety UK combines reliability with new connected technology in latest addition to its gas detection portfolio 26 September 2022

Draeger Safety UK has launched a new mobile gas detector, the X-am 2800. Dräger has developed the new device, which offers simultaneous measurement of up to four different gases, for applications in confined spaces to safeguard employees working in areas at risk of oxygen depletion, explosive atmospheres, or those where toxic substances may be present....

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Connected safety: a digital future 01 July 2022

The concept of technological connectivity boosting outcomes is not a new one in industry. The term Industry 4.0 can be traced back as far as 2011, although its widespread use took a few more years to catch on....

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Gas safety in the food & drink industry 21 February 2022

Gas safety has long been an area of focus for risk mitigation for businesses operating in the food and drink sector. Indeed, Draeger’s gas safety work with food and drink companies dates back over a hundred years, when founder Johann Heinrich Dräger developed the well-known Lubeca valve, which safely controlled the flow of gas in beer tap systems at a low pressure....

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The digital future of occupational safety 17 November 2021

Dräger Gas Detection Connect is your connection to the digital future of occupational safety. From gas detection fleet management to live monitoring, with a cloud-based total solution. You can manage your gas detector fleet optimally and always have the position and status of your workers available, so you can protect your workforce and increase efficiency at the same time. Gas Detection Connect is smart safety....

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Gas safety in the workplace 02 November 2021

Gas safety is a topic that is rising up the agenda in many industries. Already a key priority area for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), it is widely expected that regulations in relation to gas safety will come under increasing – and stricter – focus in the future, particularly with ever-increasing attention on environmental considerations and the introduction of new and lesser known fuels, such as hydrogen, driving awareness of the topic....

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New call for ‘urgent action’ to ensure safety keeps pace in UK renewables sector 16 July 2021

New independent research has found that 63% of managers in the oil, gas and renewables sectors have outlined concerns in their organisation about a major safety incident occurring in the next five years. Dräger Marine and Offshore, which commissioned the research, called for urgent action to be taken to ensure that safety in the UK’s fast-growing renewable energy and carbon capture sectors keeps pace in order to avert a major safety incident....

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Dräger launches new 3D digital hazard mapping technology to improve gas and fire safety 25 May 2021

Dräger Safety UK has launched a new 3D digital hazard mapping technology to aid gas and fire safety. Designed to help companies improve gas safety and comply with the new British Standard in this space (BS60080:2020), the new service is expected to be particularly popular in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, printing, industrial warehousing and waste recycling sectors....