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Learn from the Experts at our Educational Webinars

Hosted with Safety Inc and our Manufacturers

- All webinars are educational in focus providing information on how a technology works and how to determine if it is appropriate for an application, information on meeting new requirements, or a solution for a new problem. We ask an expert from our principals to share their knowledge to help customers learn more and make better decisions. They are not sales presentations.

-You will be need to download the GoToWebinar software (at no charge) before being able to join the meeting (requirements listed below)

-Then just enter the webinar code listed below.

Preregistration is not required but you may preregister for GoToWebinar sessions. Otherwise just join the meeting at its noted time and date.

Any questions, call us at 800 462 1103.

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Date & Time & Manufacturer

Topic

Sign in details

September 17, 2015 with Safety Inc at 12 pm

Comparison of Detector Tube Systems to Other Direct Reading Instruments

- How Detector Tubes Work
- Specs You've Seen but Might Not Know What They Mean
- Markets and Applications

GotoWebinar.com
Enter Code 131-837-243

For information on webinars by ETA Process Instrumentation, our sister company, click here.

Requirements for GoToWebinar:

PC users: Operating System Windows 2003 Server; Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8; Processor 2.4 GHz or more; RAM 2 GB or more; Internet DSL or better; Bandwidth 700Kbps or more for simultaneous screen sharing, video and audio conferencing; Browser Internet Explorer® 7.0 or newer; Mozilla® Firefox® 4.0 or newer; Google Chrome? 5.0 or newer; Additional software JavaScript?, Java? 1.6 or higher recommended
Mac users: Operating System Mac OS® X 10.6 (Snow Leopard®), Mac OS® X 10.7 (Lion®), Mac OS® X 10.8 (Mountain Lion®); Processor 2.4GHz Intel processor (Core 2 Duo); RAM 1 GB; Internet DSL or better; Bandwidth 700Kbps or more for simultaneous screen sharing, video and audio conferencing; Browser Safari? 3.0 or newer, Mozilla® Firefox® 4.0 or newer, Google Chrome? 5.0 or newer; Additional software JavaScript

All you need to start using are the following:

  • Windows or Mac computer
  • Internet connection (broadband is best)
  • Microphone and speakers (built-in or USB headset)
  • Webcam to use GoToMeeting with HD
  • Most computers have built-in microphones and speakers, but you will get much better audio quality if you use a headset or handset.You can also make calls on your landline or mobile device.

If you missed a webinar, please call us and we will be happy to provide you with the information

Previous Webinars

Date & Time & Manufacturer

Topic

May 21, 2015 with Safety Inc at 12 pm

Portable Gas Detector Sensor Technology

- Understand various technologies available
- New Developments in sensor technology
- Applications for each sensor technology
- Electrochemical, catalytic, pid, and infrared sensor technology will be reviewed.

March 26, 2015 with Kappler at 12 pm (ET)

Selection, Care and Use of Chemical Protective Clothing

  • Rules and regulations
  • Testing/Evaluation
  • Selection
  • Care and Use

November 12, 2014 with Mapa Gloves

Mapa Gloves - Thermal Glove Properties
. New technology - more dexterity
. Thermal protection ratings
. Grip in thermal environments

June 17, 2014 at 12pm (ET)

with Safety Inc and ETA Process Instrumentation

Gas Detector Sensor Technology
  • Understand various technologies available
  • New Developments
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the different types
  • For portable and fixed gas detection
  • Electrochemical, catalytic, and infrared sensor technology will be reviewed.
February 5, 2014 at 12 pm (Rescheduled from January 29, 2014)

Sensor Technology for Portable Instruments with BW/Honeywell

Sensor Technology

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.

Thursday, November 14, 2013 with Kappler at 12 pm. Selection, Care and Use of Chemical Protective Clothing
o Rules and regulations
o Testing/Evaluation
o Selection
o Care and Use
August 7, 2013 with Safety Inc

Comparison of Detector Tube Systems to Other Direct Reading Instruments .

Topics covered include:

  • How Detector Tubes Work
  • Specs You've Seen but Might Not Know What They Mean
  • Markets and Applications
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
March 22, 2013 with Mapa Gloves

Understanding Thermal Gloves

  • 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 with Guardian Fall Protection Latest OSHA Requirements and Crackdowns
October 17, 2012
with Safety Inc
Understanding Gas Detector Tubes
August 29, 2012
with Honeywell Analytics/BW Technologies
Understanding Gas Detection Technology
Todayâ??s gas monitoring equipment has come a long way from the minerâ??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.
February 15, 2012 at 12pm with Mapa GlovePermeation and Degradation in Glove Selection
Topics: Hands and hazards, standards and performances, permeation, degradation, and the glove triangle.

October 18, 2011
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 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 a AED is used by laypeople prior to EMS arrival increases chance of survival to between 40-70%    

August 24, 2011,
Draeger Portables

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

March 15, 2011,
12 pm with Draeger Portables

Available Types of Portable Gas Detectors and Which to Choose

February 23, 2011,
12 pm with Mapa Gloves

Cut the confusion regarding Cut Protective Gloves

  • 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 20, 2010
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, 2010
12 pm with Honeywell/BW Analytics

Understanding sensor technology with portable gas instruments

November 9, 2010
12 pm with Testo Emissions

Testing and Boiler Efficiency with Portable Analyzers

October 28, 2010
12 pm with Guardian

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

October 27, 2010
12 pm with iFacility Services

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

September 21, 2010
12 pm with Kappler

Hazmat Suit Selection

September 15 and September 17, 2010
12 pm with iFacility Services

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

August 26, 2010
12 pm with MAPA Glove

Degradation and Permeability in Glove Selection

Friday July 16, 2010
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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