Instruments/Monitors/Lone Worker Devices

May 2023


Trends in ... instruments and monitors

Understand the goal of monitoring
To protect workers from harmful noise, gases and other potential hazards, employers “have the responsibility to monitor their employees in all sorts of ways,” says Stephanie Lynch, Ph.D., CSP, senior technology and research manager for Hoover, AL-based OHD.
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Gas detector

The X-am 2800 multi-gas detector simultaneously measures up to four gases. Workers can choose sensors for flammable gases and vapors, as well as oxygen, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide.
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Single-gas detector

The G6 is a portable single-gas detector for carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, oxygen or sulfur dioxide. It continuously monitors gas concentrations in the ambient environment and activates low- and high-urgency notifications when concentrations exceed set points.
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Real-time location solution

The Safety Watch is a real-time location solution for industrial applications designed to enhance the safety of workers and help measure productivity. It uses radio-frequency identification technology to monitor assigned locations and identify when an employee has entered a restricted area.
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Multi-gas monitor

The Ventis Pro5 multi-gas monitor gives workers the power to monitor up to five gases simultaneously, including methane, pentane, chlorine, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen cyanide and oxygen.
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Sound level meter

The 620 sound level meter features time history profiling, enabling operators to see how noise has varied over a set period ranging from one second to 30 minutes.
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Noise dosimeter

The Svantek 104BIS Noise Dosimeter uses MEMS microphone technology to provide reliable measurement parameters, and comes with a lifetime warranty.
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