Helping to keep people and places safe
Why Your Safety Program Should Be Based Around Data
Access to data is essential for maintaining gas detection safety programs. And there’s a good chance that you already have plenty of details about incidents in your workplace. But are you using this information to your advantage? Read the full blog article to learn more.
Can a Fire and Gas System be Considered a Safety Instrumented System?
There has been much industry debate over the categorization of Fire and Gas Systems (FGS) as Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS), especially as the concept of functional safety matures in the marketplace and compliance to IEC 61508 / 61511 standards is more prevalent. Read our blog to learn more.
5 Ways Cloud Technology Helps to Strengthen Workplace Safety
Advancements in cloud-based technology and the availability of user-friendly devices are game-changers. Here are 5 ways cloud technology is helping to improve and strengthen workplace safety.
Fall Protection Basics – Watch the Video!
According to OSHA, fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees. Watch our “ABCs of Fall Protection” video to learn more about fall protection basics to help keep you and your team safe.
7 Tips for Where, When, and How to Choose and Use Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs)
For many workers, working on top of an elevated surface or structure is a daily actuality or eventuality. Here are 7 tips for where, when, and how self-retracting lifelines (SRLs) should be deployed for vertical fall arrest protection.
Maximize Gas Detector Up-Time With Cloud-Based Services
With the right cloud-based service that offers simple features and an easy-to-understand interface, taking your data to the next level can be much more manageable. Safety io™ Grid services can help to seamlessly turn your gas detection program into a comprehensive safety solution.