Do you want to ensure the safety and health of the workers at your warehouse and maximize the performance of the equipment they use?
Here at E Instruments, we know that having a successful, and fully-functioning warehouse is dependent on whether or not the equipment is being maximized, and if the workers are working in a healthy environment that encourages productivity. However, we also know all too well that it's difficult for warehouse supervisors and managers to find a balance between these two things.
In our latest Application Note, “Warehouse Optimization: Balancing Equipment Performance and Worker Safety Through Emissions Measurements and Air Quality Monitoring,” you will learn about three toxic gases that are often present in warehouses, what you can do to help ensure worker safety and optimize equipment, and what two products of ours are perfect for emissions monitoring at warehouses.
In fact, here is a brief overview of what you will learn in our latest Application Note.
- The Three Toxic Gases Found in Warehouses
The three toxic gases that are most present in warehouses include nitrogen oxides (NO/NO2/NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), volatile organic compounds (VOCs). If it's found that there are elevated levels of any of these three gases, your workers may suffer from headaches, shortness of breath, nausea, or even suffer from long-term health issues. In this section of the Application Note, you will also discover what equipment may be producing harmful levels of these three gases.
- The Strategies You Can Use to Ensure Worker Safety and the Performance of Your Equipment
Fortunately, there are a variety of strategies you can use to ensure worker safety/productivity and make sure your equipment is functioning efficiently. Specifically, you will learn about how you can monitor for warehouse equipment emissions and efficiency, why you should assess the current conditions of your warehouse and why you should establish targets for pollutants, how you can implement a long-term air quality optimization strategy, and much more.
- The Devices You Can Use to Monitor the Air Quality
Last, but not least, you'll learn about our F900 portable emissions monitor and AQ Pro Handheld indoor air quality monitor, and why you should choose them.
To view and/or download the Application Note, pleas click this link: http://www.e-inst.com/warehouse-optimization/brochures-AQ-16-321-AppNote-Warehouses.pdf
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