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Uses of SafeAir® Badges

In manufacturing and industrial settings, real-time detection of chemical threats and levels is the cornerstone to a safe working environment and consistent uptime. In fact, chemical detection badges are sometimes mandatory in order to meet industry best practices, OSHA regulations or labor agreements.

With its simple design, SafeAir badges are an everyday tool in many industrial settings.  With easy-to-read color-change indicators, even the busiest employees can regularly check that the air they are breathing is safe.  No liquids, calibration, laboratory analysis or power source is necessary, and clips make monitoring hands free.  SafeAir badges can detect a wide range of chemicals, and are used in a many applications. Here are a few examples.

SafeAir Badge

Chemical Plants: Even chemical plants with the best safety practices can sometimes experience a leak. SafeAir provides real-time information to keep workers safe.

Food Facilities: Chemicals, like chlorine, are used to keep food facilities clean and safe, but high levels can be dangerous to workers. SafeAir badges are used to detect potential employee exposure to toxic chemicals.

Petroleum: Drilling and processing petroleum can be unpredictable, and employees can be exposed to chemicals such as mercury or sulfur dioxide. SafeAir provides an affordable and easy way to detect when unwanted chemicals are present.

Health Care: Chemicals are used to keep health care facilities clean, and medical equipment sterilized. SafeAir provides an easy tool to make sure that workers using chemicals are not exposed to a dangerous level.

Mining: Many different chemicals from cyanides to isocyanates are used in mining operations. SafeAir badges let workers know if toxic chemicals are in the air.