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Posts about Gas Detection

Eight Things to Look For in a Lone Worker Safety Device
June 03, 2021
When a company decides to invest in a lone worker safety monitoring system, lives are on the line; it’s important to consider safety...
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Exposure in the Oil and Gas Industry: Risks and Prevention
May 19, 2021
On October 26, 2019, a worker and his wife were both fatally injured due to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) exposure at a waterflood station in...
Fire and Hazmat Response Series (3 of 3): Connected Safety Enables Retrospective Analytics After an Incident
May 05, 2021
Throughout a hazmat response, portable gas detectors and area monitors give first responders and command centers the data and...
Fire and Hazmat Response Series (2 of 3): Have Total Command During an Incident
April 28, 2021
When a response team arrives on the scene of a chemical release  emergency or hazmat incident,  they  must quickly evaluate the...
Your Complete Guide to Lone Worker Safety Devices
April 21, 2021
Employers have a legal obligation, known as duty of care, to keep employees safe in the workplace. This can be accomplished more easily...
Fire and Hazmat Response Series (1 of 3): Preparation is more than key, it’s vital.
April 14, 2021
From chemical fires to gas leaks and explosions, emergency responders are the first on the scene and take control of potentially...
Fire and Hazmat Gas Monitoring Guide: Take Command of Your Response
April 09, 2021
  For fire service teams responding to hazardous materials (hazmat) scenarios, speed and accuracy are of the essence. Hazmat incidents...
Keeping Workers Safe With Accurate Combustible Gas Detection
March 24, 2021
A gas that’s combustible is one that, when mixed with oxygen or air, will burn when ignited. Different mixtures of gas and air will burn...
Workplace exposure limits have changed — are you ready?
September 06, 2018
Future-proof your gas detection fleet with G7 We developed our award-winning G7 based on 10 years of connected safety innovation. Over...
Traditional gas detector versus G7 connected safety
March 23, 2018
Traditional gas detector — a key part of safety programs Many businesses we meet in the United Kingdom and Europe who are new to...
Ammonia gas — what you need to know about it
November 11, 2017
What is ammonia gas? The New York Department of Health describes ammonia gas as a colorless, alkaline gas comprised of nitrogen and...
Four Gas Monitor — gas detection for complex environments
April 21, 2017
When facing unknown environmental hazards invisible to the body’s senses, a gas detector is the first line of defense for worker safety....
H2S detector — What Blackline’s new G7 Delivers
April 03, 2017
H2S exposure As we talked about in Part One of our H2S Series, hydrogen sulfide is a fast acting poison, impacting many systems within...
H2S Gas — What you need to know about hydrogen sulfide
March 25, 2017
What is H2S gas? Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) is a gas commonly found during the drilling and production of crude oil and natural gas, plus in...
Personal gas detection meets the wireless ‘internet of things’
February 03, 2017
Safety+Health Magazine Presenting Blackline Safety Webinar on Feb 8 Register today for our free webinar on February 8 at 1:00 pm Eastern...