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Category Archives: Equipment and Technologies

Total Safety Rolls Out Second Generation Smart Compressor Breathing Air Solution for Plants

December 15, 2016

HOUSTON (Dec. 12, 2016) — Total Safety US Inc., based in Houston, today announced the successful rollout of its second-generation Smart Compressor technology– an innovative replacement for traditional breathing air systems used in processing and chemical plants as well as other industrial facilities. Total Safety originally introduced Smart Compressor systems with remote monitoring in 2015

Global Safety and Compliance Leader Total Safety Partners with Era to Expand UAS Capabilities

August 8, 2016

HOUSTON TX – (August 8, 2016) – Total Safety U.S. Inc., the world’s premier provider of industrial inspection and integrated safety solutions, today announced the further expansion of its commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS) solutions and an exclusive alliance and collaboration agreement with Era Group Inc., a leading helicopter transport operator. Total Safety was one

As stadiums get larger, fall protection becomes more vital

August 31, 2015

Fall protection needs to be emphasized at stadium construction worksites.

How Bluetooth improves worker safety

August 10, 2015

Bluetooth technology can keep workers safe while they’re performing their job duties in the field.

Staying hydrated on the work site

July 29, 2015

Heat-related illnesses are a serious hazard on industrial work sites, especially those that are outdoors during summer months.

Preventing heat-related illnesses in the workplace

During times of intense heat, workers can be at serious risk of illness, over-exhaustion and potentially even death.

Confined Spaces in Construction ruling goes into effect Aug. 3

July 27, 2015

Beginning Aug. 3, a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulation designed to protect construction workers from hazards associated with confined spaces will go into effect.

Emergency response protocols just as important as workplace safety

Though work sites have been made safer through stricter standards and advanced personal protection equipment, some cases of workplace injury are unavoidable.

3 Major Compliance Priorities for OSHA’s Power Generation Safety Standard

July 1, 2015

As power companies update their safety plans for this year, they should include the updates to the electric power generation, transmission and distribution standard implemented by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The deadlines for compliance with the new safety standards for the power sector are approaching for several provisions.  Not only do power sector employees have

CSB Calls for OSHA Standard for Combustible Dust Hazards

June 25, 2015

The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board called for stricter regulations for combustible dust again this year after a factory fire injured seven workers in 2012.  Combustible dust is often a hidden fire hazard for industrial workplaces as any combustible material that is in a finely divided form could burn quickly in the right