Safety Practices


Detecting benzene with the UltraRAE 3000

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Honeywell RAE Systems – UltraRAE 3000 The Honeywell UltraRAE 3000 is a cutting-edge Compound-Specific Monitor. It boasts a Photoionisation Detector (PID) with an extensive range suitable for various applications, from refinery maintenance to hazardous material response. It offers dual detection modes for assessing total benzene exposure and boasts high sensitivity to benzene with a detection…


Controlling DEEE in the workplace

Posted by Emma Curthoys

What does DEEE stand for? Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions, often abbreviated as DEEE, represent the cocktail of harmful pollutants released by diesel engines during the combustion process. It refers to the mix of harmful gases, liquids and particles that come out of a diesel engine when it burns fuel. This includes soot, smoke, and various…


Case Study: Rockall Enhance Laboratory Safety at UK Aviation Company

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Rockall Safety, a leading provider of gas detection solutions, has improved laboratory safety for a company developing the world’s first, hydrogen powered engine for commercial aviation. The company aims to have a 9–19-seater aircraft capable of flying 300 miles by the end of 2025 and a 40-80-seater aircraft capable of 700 miles by 2027. The…


Gas Hazards in Cement Production

Posted by Rhys Redrup

For centuries, cement has played a crucial role in shaping our cities, with its impact evident in every corner. The world requires over 4 billion tons of this material annually. The demand for it continues to increase. Cement comes from readily available materials and its manufacturing cost is fairly low. Creating things can be risky…