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How Advanced Diagnostic Technologies Help Minimize False Alarms in Flame Detectors

In industrial settings where flammable materials are handled, flame detection systems are an important layer of safety programs. False alarms in these systems disrupt operations and can risk...

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Digitalise and connect gas detectors for enhanced safety and accountability

Portable gas detectors are a vital part of many safety programs, but do you know if your workers are using them properly? In this piece, MSA Safety explains how digitally assigning and connecting...

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Understanding the Risks: Dangerous Gases Found in OGP

In the oil and gas industry, workers often navigate a landscape filled with hazards, from extreme weather conditions to the complexities of handling sophisticated equipment. Among these risks, one of...

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MSA Grid Software Recognized With an Occupational Health & Safety 2024 Industrial Hygiene Award

MSA Grid software recently received an Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) magazine Industrial Hygiene Award in the “Auditing and Compliance Software” category. The awards feature winners...

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Adapting to Changing Environments: Protective Equipment for Technical Rescue and Wildland Firefighting

In the realm of emergency response, adaptability is key. Firefighters face a multitude of unpredictable scenarios, such as technical rescue missions and wildland firefighting. In such dynamic...

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What Are Calibration and Bump Tests for Portable Gas Detectors: Key Differences and Ways to Help Streamline Compliance

Portable gas detectors are used across many industries to detect hazardous gases, oxygen-rich or deprived environments, and atmospheres that are immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH). These...

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