The Turck Interface and Intrinsic Safety Quick Reference Guide provides an overview of the company’s intrinsically safe products, including switching amplifiers, analog I/O, solenoid drivers, rotational speed monitors and relay and power supplies.
WorkSafe Victoria is providing more information about Major Hazards Facilities to councils, to help planners with new developments.
Calls for a global ban on all forms of asbestos have again been voiced by an international medical society.
The Enware SafeEquip Imbiber environmental spill capture system captures spills and won’t release waste into either land or water.
The Hughes emergency safety showers and eyebath/facewash units are used in industry and laboratories to wash off contamination in the event of a chemical spillage.
Safe-Equip drive-in/drive-out spill prevention and containment berms are constructed for rapid deployment in applications involving hazardous fuels, chemicals and liquids.
The Exair Heavy Duty Dry Vac is an industrial vacuum cleaner designed to vacuum high volumes of dry materials in less time than ordinary vacuum cleaners.
The SafeEquip relocatable safety stations can be used to provide emergency aid where it is needed and can be customised to the safety needs of particular sites and industries. The standard components of fire extinguisher, eyewash, spill kit and first aid are compactly integrated into a Firerack trolley.
A safety alert has been issued by NSW WorkCover following the recent importation from China of decorative wall tiles that were found to contain Tremolite asbestos, which is a prohibited hazardous substance.
Safe Work Australia has issued a warning to tradespeople about the dangers of working with asbestos.
A Victorian company that manufactures fireproof clothing was fined $135,000 over an incident where a worker received corrosive chemical burns to the face.
Research findings by the University of Canterbury in New Zealand that point to the hazards of fumigant methyl bromide have been welcomed by Maritime Union.
A new report on handling asbestos has been released by the Tasmanian government.
A recent study in the US has linked Parkinson's disease with a once-popular industrial cleaner.