Posts Tagged safety

10 Things to Do at DEMA Show 2015

The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association (DEMA) delivers one of the true must-attend events in the dive industry. DEMA brings together professionals and enthusiasts from all levels of the field—recreational, commercial, military, etc. Small shops, large shops, individuals—whomever. That is DEMA, and it is an enormous amount

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10 Things to Do at FDIC 2015

FDIC, the World’s Largest Firefighter Training Conference and Exhibition, will be held 20-25 April 2015 at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. This international event is one of the most important and influential fire safety and professional development gatherings. With a strong selection

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ISO 8573 Compressed Air Testing and Chocolate

Chocolate rarely needs help getting off the shelf, but special days associated with chocolate (Easter, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc.), dramatically increase chocolate sales and gifting. In the case of Valentine’s Day, the increased interest is acute. Globally, more than $14 billion in chocolate sales occur around February

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TRI Air Testing Celebrates 40 Years!

On 2 February 1975, Punxsutawney Phil—the famed oracle groundhog of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania’s annual Groundhog Day celebration—stepped into the open air but did not see his shadow. The prediction: an early spring. This was not the only good news of the day. In Austin, Texas on that same

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Under Pressure with TRI

Dalton’s law of partial pressures states that the overall pressure of a gas mixture is equivalent to the sum of all of its parts. Most gases that we typically interact with are mixtures; only in specialized settings does one typically interact with a single gas. Ambient air

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