The Serstech 100 Indicator handheld raman spectrometer is a lightweight (650 g), safe and easy-to-use raman spectrometer that can identify any solid or liquid chemical substance in seconds.
The owners and occupiers of last year's West Footscray fire site have been demanded to remove waste and render any residual dangerous goods harmless.
It is essential for businesses that use or store hazardous liquids to implement effective spill containment strategies.
Toxic chemicals have been inadvertently released at a Picton public swimming pool in Sydney.
Standards play a huge role in helping the user select the right garment for chemical protection.
Absorbent polymer could be an effective way to clean up oil spills, according to new research from Flinders University.
HEMCO emergency shower/decontamination booths are fully assembled and ready for installation to water supply and waste systems.
There are two ways to approach spill control and countermeasures: 'active' and 'passive'.
Cleaning Safety Card has launched the Orange Card online training program, which is designed to reduce workplace injuries in the cleaning industry.
While spill kits aren't quite like perishable foods, their components actually do expire. But how do you know if they have 'gone off'?
The HEMCO Corporation HAZMAX containment work area is designed for isolating hazardous materials.
The drowning death of a South Port New Zealand visitor during 2015 was preventable, according to WorkSafe New Zealand.
The Enware emergency wash system is designed to offer initial first-aid treatment for hazardous contaminant emergencies. It is suitable for mining, petrochemical, oil refinery, chemical manufacturing, handling and storage applications, as well as laboratories and hospitals.
Two universities researching oil spill wildlife emergencies have launched a global training program to improve preparation for, and response to, wildlife affected by oil spills.
Australia is facing a multibillion-dollar task over the next decade to safely repair or replace asbestos-laced cement pipes in our water networks that have reached the end of their lifespan.