3M Organic Vapour Service Life Indicator Cartridges 6051i are AS/NZS approved for protection against certain organic vapours and can help give users added confidence in determining when to replace their cartridges.
Panasonic has launched a fully rugged 3-in-1 handheld tablet, adding to its portfolio of enterprise-grade mobile devices. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-N1 combines the productivity benefits of a mobile barcode reader, phone and tablet into one fully ruggedised device, built to protect against drops, heat and cold, vibration, dust and rain.
Hearing protection is a must in noisy high-risk work environments; however, the use of hearing protectors can at times be compromised due to the need to communicate with co-workers and the need to be aware of your environment with the ability to hear sirens, warning signals, etc.
The first case of mixed dust coal workers' pneumoconiosis since the 1970s has been reported to the NSW Department of Industry Resources Regulator.
The Puma Safety Elevate Knit safety shoe allows for the upper to be produced from a single thread, substantially reducing stitching but still incorporating patterns and designs that would normally be sewn together.
The Sound Safety SoundEAR XL visual noise monitor and noise level recorder is designed for workplaces where noise levels depend on location and production processes have varying noise levels or intermittent noise.
The Aegex10 intrinsically safe tablet is a Windows 10 enterprise device with safety certifications for HazLoc operations worldwide, where high concentrations of flammable gases, vapours or dusts are likely to occur in normal operation.
Audio warnings about an approaching ambulance will soon be available in Swedish cars.
Industrial Scientific Tango TX1 single gas monitors have an extended H2S sensor range and acknowledgeable gas alerts.
The Industrial Scientific LENS Wireless communication technology is based on military ad hoc mesh networking concepts.
A prototype device being tested by QUT provides real-time advice and feedback to drivers in a bid to improve safety behind the wheel.
A planned radio network upgrade in NSW will improve the communications technology used by emergency services every day, while also ensuring the state is better prepared to deal with major emergencies and natural disasters.