Exploring gas detection solutions and how to determine the right approach for your facility
There are many gas detection technologies to choose from, but which one is suitable for your facility? When utilizing colorimetric, IR spectroscopy, or electromagnetic technology, the advantages and disadvantages will vary on application. Colorimetric technology provides continuous monitoring and quickly displays a physical record of the monitored gas presence at a given point. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) technology can monitor multiple gasses simultaneously at a single point using a discrete absorbency pattern (“fingerprint”) within a light spectrum (band) that can distinguish between different gases in a given sample. Electrochemical single-point monitoring technology allows the flexibility to monitor a wide range of toxic and flammable gases with relatively low power requirements. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about each technology and their benefits and differences in application to help you determine the best approach for your facility and your safety goals and requirements.
SESHA | Make Safety Training Stick: How to guarantee your employees will remember and apply what they learn
Managers and the organizations they lead consistently put time and effort into training their teams, but often important business metrics don’t move as a result. Team members don’t recall and apply learning at the right time. Recordable rates say high, employee engagement stays low, and turnover skyrockets. But there is hope on the horizon. In recent years learning scientists have made tremendous progress in understanding how people learn and apply new knowledge at work. These new methods are easy for managers to utilize, and they and can impact the way we think about teaching any topic – especially safety. In this webinar you’ll learn some easy-to-apply methods that will help you employees learn, remember, and apply knowledge exactly when they need it.
Ergonomics and ISO 45001
Occupational safety and health management systems are used by many organizations to monitor and control safety and health risks. These same systems can also be used to continuously improve ergonomics programs. While an ergonomics management system can function independently, an ergonomics program can be leveraged by integrating it into existing safety and health management systems. This also ensures ergonomics related risks are considered fairly when prioritizing abatement of other risks. In addition to an overview of management systems, a case study will be presented outlining how ergonomics is integrated into existing safety and health management systems Texas Instruments. Nov 9, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada). Register Here