A new ‘Pharma Express’ freight service introduced by Qatar Airways in January will be using sophisticated technology to transport medical supplies.
Nitrogen oxide remains invisible at low levels; however, in high concentrations that exceed safe parameters, the emission gives off an orange hue.
Refrigeration technology is widely used across diverse sectors from catering companies to medical suppliers.
A domestic carbon monoxide leak in the US from a newly installed furnace recently sent 11 people to hospital.
A recent propane gas leak incident in Florida with fatal consequences has brought the spotlight back onto the issue of unsafe home heating systems.
Building construction is a difficult process involving months of design, planning and hard work.
Indoor air quality is a subject that is receiving plenty of attention in the media and has also been discussed widely on public and industry platforms.
Quality control issues at milk manufacturing facilities have been linked to the rising number of gastroenteritis cases across the country.
Violation of good food practices sent 55 people attending a seasonal office Christmas party to hospital after an aggressive outbreak of food poisoning.
Australia’s food manufacturers face several operational hurdles in maintaining the quality of their food during transit and storage.