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Jun 28, 2016
Category: Articles
Posted by: admin

WHMIS labels offer your workers a valuable tool to let them know if they are working with a controlled or hazardous substance. By law, information must be conveyed as to what the hazard is and whether the effects could occur immediately. For example, the label must state whether a chemical could oxidize or whether a container has compressed gases inside of it.



Jun 28, 2016
Category: Articles
Posted by: admin

Site inspection software is one of the most important tools in the oil and gas industry. Oil and gas companies are using site and safety inspection software to meet regulatory requirements, reduce paperwork, analyze deficiencies, and improve productivity. The software solutions are helping companies save money in the new realities of the oil and gas industry. safety inspection software is imperative in ensuring that regulatory requirements are met.



Jun 28, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: admin

Electronic panels and cabinets that are not adequately cooled may pose a potential safety hazard, one that businesses cannot afford to overlook or ignore. The use of cabinet coolers to provide ventilation and reduce the temperature of an electronic cabinet or panel can significantly reduce the risk of a fire, especially in hazardous areas that may contain combustible materials or volatile chemicals that may lead to an increased fire risk. Adequately cooling is of the utmost importance for heat-generating electronics that may be operating within an enclosed space and the use of coolers, fans and other cooling equipment is never a safety concern that should be taken lightly.



May 12, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: admin

The leak detection market growth for the Oil & Gas industry is expected to reach $2.71 billion by 2020, with a CAGR of 7.1 percent between 2015 and 2020. Much of the rapid growth in this industry is attributed to the demand for Oil & Gas companies as they respond to the ever-increasing demands of private and government agencies to be more environmentally responsible. While the leak detection equipment market in the Oil & Gas industry is thriving, and experiencing rapid growth, the Oil & Gas industry admits that they do have several challenges that they are yet to find a comprehensive solution for.



May 6, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: admin

Wood is a commodity that can have a shocking daily variability in pricing. It is why you will not find lumber with set prices in the weekly circulars put out in the Sunday newspapers from your local building supply centers. The next time you shop for lumber, take a moment to notice what the building you are in is made of. Most likely, it is steel. Today's steel buildings are used to make everything from big box retail spaces to churches and office buildings. Steel has an incredible range of design capabilities for everything from a backyard shed to a giant aircraft hangar.



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