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October 2014

  1. Angle Grinder Mishap with Electrical Cable Flings Worker across Basement

    A Liverpool worker is ‘lucky to be alive’ after cutting through a live mains cable, having been told been told the electricity supply had been disconnected, Liverpool Magistrates’ Court heard last week. Continue reading →
  2. Factory Sound Metering Helps Avoid Fines

    There is no need to risk fines for breaching noise at work regulations when the cost of compliance is so low. Earlier this month, a Keighley furnishings company was fined after failing to protect its workforce from excessive noise levels on production machinery. Continue reading →
  3. UKAS Accreditation Is a Calibration Milestone

    Calibrating instruments, tools and meters ensures that they generate correct results, and calibration is best implemented by laboratories able to provide UKAS certified calibrations carried out in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standards. Continue reading →
  4. Pressure Calibration Validates Gauge Accuracy

    Pressure calibrators may be handheld or bench instruments that contain pressure pumps and transducers internally or externally, and can measure and/or generate voltage, current and temperature. Continue reading →
  5. FLIR Launches TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer for £399

    FLIR, the world-renowned manufacturer of thermal cameras, has just launched their newest innovation, the TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer. Continue reading →
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