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  • Theater Noise - Professional Musicians & Noise-induced Hearing loss

    Professional musicians are at work like the 22 million Americans who are regularly exposed to potentially damaging noise each year while on the job. That’s about 17 percent of the full-time U.S. work force, according to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics...

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  • Surpassing Expectations with BAM Ritchies

    In an effort to raise awareness of dangerous substances in the workplace, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OHSA) has recently launched a ‘Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances campaign’ to promote a culture of risk prevention. The campaign is intended to heighten....

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  • A Dust-Up in Construction

    Noise, vibration, and dust exposure are inevitable on construction sites and are, of course, a major concern for industrial hygienists. The recent focus in both the U.K. and the U.S. has been on respirable crystalline silica.

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  • Casella announces new solar panel option with Guardian2

    Casella demonstrates its commitment to reducing environmental risks with the new solar panel and battery power options available with the Guardian2 - the small form factor, multi-agent total environmental monitoring system.

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  • Precision in Air Sampling Calibration

    Personal air sampling pumps are bodily-worn pumps used to sample airborne contaminants that can be damaging to health, controlling the flow of air to ensure a known volume of air is sampled...

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  • Casella launches game changer in air sampling calibration - Flow Detective™

    Casella, air sampling, noise and vibration monitoring specialist introduces the Flow Detective™ air sampling pump calibrator...

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  • Exposure to vibration: Do you know the limit?

    In the engineering industry, many workers are required to operate hand-held power tools and other hand-guided equipment as part of their job, exposing them to potentially high vibration levels. Long term exposure to vibration levels that exceed safety limits puts workers at risk...

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  • The Use of noise Dosimeters For Workplace Noise

    In recent decades, increased mechanisation has drastically changed the industrial work environment. This has led to many changes to an employee’s work pattern. It used to be the case on the majority of production lines that an employee would stay in one place for their working shift...

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  • How to Select a Personal Sampling Pump for the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry?

    Since 2010, the United States has been in an oil-and-gas boom. Domestic production reached near record levels in 2015, and in April of this year, President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at expanding offshore oil and gas drilling in the Artic and Atlantic Oceans...

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  • Real-time dust monitoring: What are the benefits for the workforce?

    Approximately 14.8 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) with an estimated 12 million people likely to have the condition. Implementing workplace monitoring solutions could be the key to reducing these statistics...

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  • Noise Monitoring: Listen up...

    Every year, according to OSHA, approximately 22 million workers in the United States are exposed to potentially damaging levels of noise at work, and compensation for noise-induced hearing loss costs the economy an estimated $242 million.

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  • Watch Our New Guardian2 Video Now!

    We are proud to present our new video for the Guardian2 Site Boundary Monitor, illustrating the features and benefits that make it the perfect solution for long term all in one monitoring.

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