This broadcast highlights the latest digital technology innovations from Honeywell Safety and Productivity Solutions that help enterprises and their workers be more productive, efficient and safe.
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For over 20 years the Glove Guard® clip has withstood years of rigorous environments while reducing a number of hand injuries and glove replacement cost. The Glove Guard® clip is the original glove clip and is the most trusted clip in all industries.
Sponsored By Glove Guard LP
Every once in a while, a revolutionary innovation comes along that really makes a difference in how you see things. Radians new IQuity™ Anti-Fog Coating is a breakthrough technology that provides one of the most superior and long-lasting anti-fog coatings in the marketplace at a competitive price.
Sponsored By Radians
This 2017 video from 3M is a demonstration of virtual reality safety training.
Investigator Laura Henwood talks about her role as a recorder specialist at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
Rick Tustin, Winchester (MA) Fire Department, and Paul Cheever, Revere (MA) Fire Department, discuss the challenges of sprinkler plan reviewing and how a new training by the National Fire Protection Association addresses the challenges. For more information, visit http://www.nfpa.org/sprinklerplans.
Sponsored By National Fire Protection Association
Catch up on the latest EN 374 Regulatory Updates with this short video - click below.
Sponsored By Ansell
An engine cut-off device is a proven safety device used to stop the boat's engine should the operator unexpectedly fall overboard when the boat hits a wave, wake, takes a sharp turn, runs into a submerged object, suffers steering failure, and more. Phyllis L. Kopytko shares her story and the importance of always taking the time to use an Emergency Engine Cut-Off Switch Device.
Bamboo is one of the world's strongest natural resources. According to Janet Yin, Materials Engineering Supervisor at Ford's Nanjing Research & Engineering Centre, and her team of engineers, it could be the future solution to producing high quality, eco-conscious vehicles.
In this July 2017 DARPA video, Dr. Troy Olsson, a program manager since 2014 in the agency's Microsystems Technology Office, describes progress on vanishing materials that can keep sensitive electronic components out of adversaries' hands; unmanned air vehicles that can deliver provisions and then just disappear; massive miniaturization of low-frequency antennas for underwater radio communication; and stand-alone sensors that require almost no power at all yet for years remain vigilant to sounds, radio signals, and other environmental signals of interest to warfighters.