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Enerpac Porta Power sets optimise safety and efficiency for maintenance lifting, pushing and pulling tasks
Editorial
21/02/16 - Enerpac's latest Porta Power set is ideal for maintenance applications that involve the safe and time-saving application.
Signet's tips for creating an effective workstation
Supplier news
10/12/15 - Whether packaging items in a warehouse or ordering packaging supplies in an office, creating a safe and functional workstation is a vital part of any
6330 6-in-1 Multi-Function Electrical Safety Tester
Supplier news
24/11/14 - The 6330 Electrical Safety Tester allows manufacturers to perform six of the most common electrical safety tests in one single instrument.
The Pro Logger II portable appliance testers
Supplier news
24/11/14 - TRIO Test & Measurement are currently displaying their test and measurement equipment at Safety in Action 2010.
Electrical safety compliance testers
Supplier news
24/11/14 - OMNIA 8106 electrical safety compliance testers feature an intuitive menu system and graphic LCD for quick and easy test set-up and performance.
Slaughter 4320 Electrical Safety Tester with RS-232 Interface
Supplier news
24/11/14 - Slaughter Company presents their Model 4320 enhanced 4-in-1 electrical safety testers with RS-232 serial interface.
Slaughter Model 4520 multi-functional electrical safety tester
Supplier news
24/11/14 - Slaughter has introduced a new range of electrical safety testers designed to provide manufacturers with a dedicated solution.
Alexium has developed a solution that overcomes many of the technical limitations of FRPs.
Editorial
14/01/14 - Alexium has developed another halogen-free treatment package to flame retard standard polyester fabrics in non-apparel applications.
Glencore takes out Australian Mines Rescue Competition
Editorial
06/11/13 - Glencore’s Oaky Creek North mine has won the Australian Mines Rescue Competition at Cook Colliery.
Queensland looks for new foundation in mining safety framework
Editorial
22/10/13 - The Queensland Government is aiming to improve the effectiveness of its mine safety and health regime.
Ipswich factory fire was ‘suspicious’
Editorial
08/10/13 - A fire in a plastics factory in Ipswich was one of three fires in the one street in recent weeks, according to the factory’s site manger.
Minimising fire dangers in mining vehicles
Supplier news
19/08/13 - When operating heavy mining vehicles, no matter where on site, first-class safety systems and procedures are essential.

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