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  • Protecting worker health and wellbeing on oil and gas pipelines

    12 August 2022

    Protecting workers is a requirement of any employer or workplace, but when your industry involves hazardous materials, difficult or dangerous working scenarios or risk of exposure to harmful compounds, the stakes are much higher....

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  • The evolution of gas detection

    12 August 2022

    You may not always be able to smell it, taste it or discern its presence, but toxic and flammable gases can present significant industrial hazards. New technologies are improving gas-detection capabilities, helping safety managers ensure employee health and well-being....

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  • Effective natural gas leak detection using mobile analytical technology

    29 April 2022

    Methane leaks from natural gas pipelines require monitoring and control to minimise their impact for environmental and safety reasons. Doug Baer, Global Product Line Manager - Laser Analyzers for ABB Measurement & Analytics, explains how the latest generation of mobile gas leak detection measurement technologies can help sniff out leaks....

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  • New technologies helping to improve worker safety

    28 April 2022

    Millions of workplace accidents happen each year, many of which are within the power of employers to prevent. According to recent research, while overall worker safety has improved over the last decade, some industries seem to have plateaued or even reverted in recent years....

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  • Major pharmaceutical company reduces downtimes, improves safety using drone for tank inspections

    22 February 2022

    Large scale tanks used for manufacturing pharmaceutical products are made out of stainless steel, since it is the best material for cleaning, and they must be kept clean at all times. After each production run the tanks are cleaned with acid and lye....

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How automated technology can help organisations rise to regulatory challenges 14 February 2022

Across all sectors there are differing regulations and practices that organisations must adhere to in order to operate safely, effectively and efficiently. From storage to the safety of materials handling equipment and monitoring when certain assets or equipment might fail, businesses need to record data and check its accuracy to prove their product or equipment is safe and that the organisation is adhering to consistent safety measures....

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10 questions to ask about your connected safety technology 10 February 2022

Looking for the right technology to keep your workers connected and safe? Solutions with the ability to transform your workplace safety program and create the protection, production, and performance results you’re looking for? There’s a lot to think about when selecting equipment. Ease-of-use and set-up. Connectivity options. Battery-life. Reporting capabilities. Multi-functionality. And much more....

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Proactive risk management using wearable digital technologies 02 November 2021

Too often safety professionals may feel as if they’re holding the parcel when the music stops. Despite best efforts, things still go wrong and the HSEQ team are left to manage the consequences as best they can. But what if it didn’t need to be this way? What if you had earlier warning of the changing risk picture? Action could be taken before the incident happens, enabling more proactive ways of working....

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Harnessing the power of data will realise true potential of inspection technologies 02 November 2021

The previous PPTex Supplement in Hazardex August contained very informative articles on Augmented Reality, wearables, robots and the growing adoption of mobile working for lone workers. These innovative technologies have a common thread in that they are all reliant upon data, documents and models which are complete, consistent and connected....

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The next industrial revolution 02 November 2021

The next development within industry won’t come through just technology, but from the operator and the skills they have. Skills management and knowledge sharing will re-invent plant floor operations and create the next most sought-after industrial asset, the connected worker....

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