ISEA Statement Emphasizes Need to Validate Portable Gas Monitor Operability

April 1, 2010
Questions about the frequency and methods by which a portable gas monitor should be calibrated now are answered in an updated industry statement from

Questions about the frequency and methods by which a portable gas monitor should be calibrated now are answered in an updated industry statement from the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA).

This revised statement, first published in 2002, reflects current instrumentation technologies and monitoring practices, and seeks to reinforce the frequency and scenarios whereby a monitor's operability should be validated. The “ISEA Statement on Validation of Operation for Direct Reading Portable Gas Monitors” may be found at www.safetyequipment.org or by requesting a copy at [email protected].

ISEA Website Offers Online Ordering

The International Safety Equipment Association's (ISEA's) enhanced Web site at www.safetyequipment.org offers online ordering of safety equipment standards and other association publications, as well as direct links to a wealth of key information, including links via product categories to companies offering the types of safety equipment you need. The redesigned site also affords direct connections to “Standards,” “News & Publications,” “Resources,” “About ISEA,” “Product Groups,” the “JobBase” for finding or posting jobs, and information on how companies can become members of the association.

REFERENCES

  1. “Study and Recommendations by the Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health Regarding Women in the Construction Workplace: Providing Equitable Safety and Health Protection,” June 1999.

  2. “Finally, Women's Wear for the Hard-Hat Set,” The Wall Street Journal, May 17, 2007.

  3. Postings from Terri Piasecki's “Charmandhammer's Blog,” accessible from www. charmandhammer.com.

  4. Personal Protective Equipment for Women: Addressing the Need, A Change Agent Project by the Ontario Women's Directorate and the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, 2006.

  5. “Equity in PPE,” Safety + Health, February 2010.

  6. Contact ISEA's Joe Walker, [email protected], for an expanded list of companies that offer PPE designed, sized and styled for women.

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