The Right Way to Clean Your Gas Detector Devices

Published on 8/28/2020
The Right Way to Clean Your Gas Detector Devices

Gas detector devices are life-saving instruments that detect the presence of gases in a determined area. To be effective, personal gas monitors must be worn near your breathing zone, defined by OSHA as “a hemisphere forward of the shoulders within a radius of approximately 6 to 9 inches”.

N95 Masks: All About Their Fitting

Published on 5/4/2020
N95 Masks: All About Their Fitting

Major world health organizations recommend the use of waterproof respirators and N95 protective masks. The N95 is a protective mask with a fine mesh synthetic polymer filter. The number 95 means that the mask filters out 95% or more of airborne particles, including splashes that may contain bacteria or viruses such as COVID-19.

How to don on and don off a disposable N95 respirator

Published on 3/30/2020
How to don on and don off a disposable N95 respirator

Many individuals and workers are now wearing disposable masks on a daily basis to protect themselves during this pandemic. At this time when protection is essential, it is crucial to adopt good practices to maximize the effectiveness of the disposable mask to protect you or your workers.

Gas detection: not to be taken lightly

Published on 11/15/2019
Gas detection: not to be taken lightly

There is no need to explain why the different gas detection tools are essential, even crucial, for front-line workers, foremen, supervisors, safety engineers and executives of certain companies.

How to properly adjust a half-mask

Published on 8/13/2019
How to properly adjust a half-mask

The fit of a half-mask must respect some important notions to ensure the optimal protection of the user. In this Safety Minute, find out how to wear a half-mask and the two tests required to ensure the seal is airtight.