No More Helping your Mates out est. 1973

The title may seem like a bit of a weird statement considering Health and safety largely relies on teams helping each other. However, sometimes helping your mates out may do more harm than good.

Many hazardous gases cannot be seen or smelt, and they move very quickly to fill a space, meaning they ca...

15.07.24 09:39 AM - Comment(s)
With one bound he was free

There is much excitement and speculation about the use of hydrogen as a greener fuel of the future.  It is true that hydrogen does not produce greenhouse gases when burned and produces more energy than gasoline, however the challenges of working with hydrogen are significant and often simplifie...

10.01.24 11:13 AM - Comment(s)
Floats like butterfly, stings like a bee, Mohammed Ali, PID and Benzene

The use of photo-ionisation detector (PID) in recent years has become increasingly common.  For the detection of volatile organic compounds such as benzene or toluene no other common sensor type comes close to detecting the gas at the part per million (or even part per billion) level required, ...

14.04.23 04:36 PM - Comment(s)
Gas! GAS! Quick, boys!

Gas! GAS! Quick, boys!—An ecstasy of fumbling

Fitting the clumsy helmets just in time,

But someone still was yelling out and stumbling

And flound’ring like a man in fire or lime.—

Dim through the misty panes and thick green light,

As under a green sea, I saw him drowning.


The green sea Wilfred Owen ...

11.01.23 04:23 PM - Comment(s)
The Silent Killer

Most people are aware that carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas, many people indeed have carbon monoxide alarms in their homes, and it is commonplace for industries in which carbon monoxide is present to have personal and fixed gas detection equipment to protect the people working there.


Carbon m...

24.11.22 11:51 AM - Comment(s)