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    • 13 SEP 16
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    Compact New Drug Testing Solution to Protect Workers in Utilities Sector

    One of the leading manufacturers in safety technology, Dräger, is expanding its drug testing portfolio for the utilities sector, with the launch of its DrugCheck 3000.
    With decades of experience in the fields of drug and alcohol testing, Dräger compliments its wide portfolio of oral drug testing equipment for the sector with the new screening device.
    The launch follows a successful year for Dräger in the field of diagnostics, with Dräger’s DrugTest 5000 becoming one of the only pieces of equipment to be Type Approved for the testing of cocaine and cannabis by police, at the roadside.
    The new DrugCheck 3000 has been designed to test for impairment, as opposed to historical drug use, in up to five banned substances. This means a clear focus on making sure workers are fit and safe to work in the safety critical construction environment. In a fast-paced and often hazardous environment, it does so quickly and cost effectively.
    Not having a robust drug and alcohol testing policy in place can..

    • 13 SEP 16
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    "What’s Next in Safety" Defined at A+A 2015

    With the mission to define ´what´s next in safety?´, Scott Safety (UK) is back at the A+A trade fair in Dusseldorf (27th – 30th October 2015, Dusseldorf, Germany) to showcase the latest technologies, concepts and future-thinking surrounding industrial gas detection and breathing apparatus solutions (Hall 06, Stand F33).The event, which attracts over 63,000 global industrial professionals, will be the launchpad for Scott Safety´s latest addition to the Proflow Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) range, the ´Pro?ow 2 SC 160´. With a high 160l/min ?owrate and a comprehensive choice of headtops and accessories, Pro?ow 2 SC 160 provides optimal selection comfort and reduced respiratory burden it suitable for a wide variety of industrial settings. For enhanced protection, a range of readypaks are also available which combine the Pro?ow 2 SC 160 powered air respirator with a hood or headtop.
    Scott Safety´s next generation of respiratory protection will also be on show including the Profl..

    • 13 SEP 16
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    Northern Rail Gains ISO Accreditation in Environmental First

    The ISO-14001:2015, the latest environmental standard to be issued by the global certification body NQA, was barely a few minutes old when Northern Rail qualified for accreditation last month. The standard was issued on 15th September and the very same day, NQA announced that the rail company had complied with its stringent regulations and achieved the first certificate for the newly-created ISO.
    “Exceptional Corporate Leadership” Managing Director for the NQA Matt Gantley was effusive in his praise for the train organisation, saying their actions in meeting environmental standards (even before the ISO was in print) showed “exceptional corporate leadership”.
    “Northern Rail is the first in the world to achieve certification with NQA to the new ISO 14001:2015 standard. Northern’s customers can be more confident of choosing a service provider that protects and improves our environment,” said Gantley in a statement on the NQA website. “As an ISO 14001 certified business, Northern can bet..

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    BMW Chiefs Claim EPA Have not Been in Contact over VW Scandal

    Car manufacturer BMW has attempted to distance itself from the scandal which has engulfed German company Volkswagen and rocked the automotive industry as a whole. In a statement released by BMW, they said that the allegations of rigging emissions tests did not apply to them and that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the body which was responsible for discovering VW’s transgressions, had not been in contact with them.
    A Conclusive Statement Earlier this week, news agency Reuters reported that BMW had released a statement reiterating their innocence in the scandal. “We have made our vehicles available. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has tested them. We have not received any indications one way or the other,” explained a spokesman for the company, in response to a question about how BMW had performed on the notorious tests. “There have been no talks with the EPA.”
    Clearly, BMW fear being dragged into the saga that has cost VW tens of billions of pounds in recalling m..