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February 5, 2014 at 12 pm (Rescheduled from January 29, 2014)

Sensor Technology for Portable Instruments with BW/Honeywell
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Date & Time & Manufacturer

Topic

Thursday, November 14, 2013 with Kappler at 12 pm. Selection, Care and Use of Chemical Protective Clothing
• Rules and regulations
• Testing/Evaluation
• Selection
• Care and Use
May 7, 2013 with Draeger Portables
Portable Gas Detection

  • Different technologies associated with gas detection
  • Selection of the appropriate instrument for an application
  • Sensor technology in portable instruments
4/26/2013 with Jarden/Mapa Glove

Postponed from March 22, 2013
Understanding thermal glove protection
  • Parameters which affect thermal insulation
  • Differences between thermal insulation and thermal resistance
  • Influence of contact and non-contact time.
  • Meeting standard EN407
February 12, 2013, 12 pm with Encon Eyewash and Shower ANSI Regulations
- Understanding the 1990 and 1998 standards
   
November 28, 2012, at 12 PM with Guardian Fall Protection Latest OSHA requirements & Crackdowns for Fall Protection with Guardian Fall Protection
10/17/2012, 12pm, Safety Inc.

Understanding Gas detector Tubes

- Understanding their advantages and disadvantages
- Differences among brands
- Bellows pumps versus piston pumps
- Applications for tubes

August 29, 2012
with Honeywell/BW Technologies
Sensor Technology for portable gas instrumentation
Today’s gas monitoring equipment has come a long way from the miner’s canary. Workers need to have a personal multi-gas monitor to perform the required atmospheric pre-testing and continuous
monitoring. The monitor needs to be easy to use, rugged and reliable to work in some of the adverse conditions that can exist in these environments. The most important component in these monitors are the sensors.

May 2, 2012
with Chemtex

Sorbents and their selection:

  • Clay vs. polypropylene sorbents
  • Polypropylene sorbent specifications
  • Additional products
   

February 15, 2012 with Mapa/Jarden Safety

Permeation and Degradation in Glove Selection

  • Hands and Hazards
  • Standards and Performances
  • Permeation
  • Degradation
  • Glove Triangle

January 11 at 12 pm with Kappler

Chemical Protective Clothing and Suit Selection Overview

- Chemical Protection Basics
- Hazard Assessment
- Adequate Protection with Minimal
- Heat/Work Stress
- Necessity of Hazard Assessment
- Selection of Fabric, Seam and Style
- Combined Protection – Chemical and Fire
- Combined Protection – Chemical and Comfort
- Self Decontamination

November 29 at 12pm with Honeywell/BW Analytics

An Overview of sensor technologies available in portable gas detectors- Understanding portable gas detection sensor technologies

October 18 at 12 pm with DefibTech

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and the benefit of Automated External Defibrillators (AED's) in public facilities

  • Cardiac arrest is the number one killer in the USA
  • Cardiac arrest kills more than 400,000 people a year
  • Chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest when EMS is called is around 7%
  • Chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest when an AED is used by laypeople prior to EMS arrival increases chance of survival to between 40-70%

September 14,2011, 12 pm with Casella USA

Noise Measurements in the workplace - Sound Level Meters vs. Noise Dosimeters vs. Octave Band Analyzers

August 24, 2011, 12 pm with Draeger Portable

  • A Unique New Gas Detection Technology from Draeger Portables
  • Appropriate applications
  • How to determine it will work for your application

September 14, 2011, 12 pm with Casella

Noise Protection in the Workplace - Sound level meters, noise dosimeters, octave band analyzers. What are they and which one is best to use?

June 30, 2011, 12 pm with Bullard

What to look for when selecting PAPRs

May 18, 2011, 12 pm with Testo Emissions

Emissions Analyzer Selection and Applications

April 28, 2011, 12 pm with Gasmet

Understanding FTIR analysis and common applications in hazmat, hospitals, and industrial hygiene

April 12, 2011, 12 pm with Ceasefire

How to determine the correct dry fire surfactant

  • What is the correct surfactant for your application
  • What materials are protected
  • Mandated requirements - legal, insurance, corporate, etc
  • Passive vs. manually initiated system

March 15, 2011, 12 pm with Draeger Portables

Available Types of Portable Gas Detectors and Which to Choose

March 8, 2011, 12 pm with Kahn Instruments

Moisture measurement in compressed air and gases

February 23, 2011, 12 pm with MAPA Glove

Cut the confusion regarding Cut Protective Glove

  • ANSI/EN testing explanation
  • performance ratings
  • selection guide

February 16, 2011, 12 pm with Interscan

Issues with Low Concentration Gas Detection in Ambient Air: Sub ppm and ppb detection are not just business as usual.

February 3, 2011, 12 pm with RKI (Repeated Feb 10 due to snow)

Gas Detection using Paper Tape Technology

January 28, 2011, 12 pm with Kitagawa

All You Wanted to Know About Detector Tubes

  • Comparison to other direct reading gas detection products
  • How detector tubes work
  • Specs you've seen but might not know what they mean
  • Markets and applications
  • Manufacturers comparison and tube cross referencing

December 14 12 pm with Baseline Industries

Gas Chromatography: How it works and how to determine if your application is right for it.

December 20 12 pm with Capital Safety-DBI Sala

Fall Protection: Understanding the New OSHA Regulations: Rooftop maintenance, 3600# gates, and use of lanyards on scissor lifts or lift trucks

November 12 12 pm with Honeywell/BW Analytics

Understanding sensor technology with portable gas instruments

November 9 12 pm with Testo Emissions

Testing and Boiler Efficiency with Portable Analyzers

October 28 12 pm with Guardian

ANSI Z358.1 2009 Eye Wash/Shower Standard Requirements, Regulations and Recommendations.

October 27 12 pm with iFacility Services

Steam Traps - no live steam loss - with Harold Gooding, MMA 1985

October 13 12 pm with Cease Fire

Dry Modular/Networkable Fire Suppression

September 30 12 pm with Ametek

Thermox Combustion Efficiency Basics

September 21 12 pm with Kappler

Hazmat Suit Selection

September 15 and September 17 12 pm with iFacility Services

Introduction to Steam Trap Surveys (Content is identical in both presentations)

August 26, 12 pm with MAPA Glove

Degradation and Permeability in Glove Selection

August 19, 12 pm with Draeger Gas Detection Systems

IR technology and its uses in gas detection

July 30, 12 pm with Ametek/Dycor

Process Mass Spectrometry with Ametek Dycor

Friday July 16, 12 pm with Casella USA

Noise Measurements in the workplace - Sound Level Meters vs. Noise Dosimeters vs. Octave Band Analyzers

July 15, 2010 12 pm Honeywell/BW Technologies

Gas Detection Solutions Outline of topics covered: Introduction, Selecting a Multi-gas Monitor, Feature & Benefits, Gas Monitor, Event Logging, Gas Monitor Data Logging, Monitor Testing and Verification, Docking Stations, Certificates, and Reports

June 30, 2010, 12 pm Casella USA

Noise Measurements in the workplace - Sound Level Meters vs. Noise Dosimeters vs. Octave Band Analyzers

June 11, 2010, 12 pm EnMagine, Inc. www.hazmatforhealthcare.org

Hospital Emergency Management and the Hospital Incident Command System

May 6 & 7, 2010 with Gasmet Technologies

New FTIR Toxic Gas Measurement Technology for Healthcare Applications
Gasmet Technologies new generation Model DX-4030 portable FTIR multi-component gas analyzer offers healthcare facilities a cost effective solution to monitor toxic gases in a number of applications including :

  • Waste Anesthetic Gases
  • Sterlization Gases
  • Formaldehyde in Pathology samples
  • Screening potentially contaminated patients arriving at the Emergency department.
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