Process Safety

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Process Safety June 9, 2021

How wastewater monitoring can mitigate health outbreaks

USC Viterbi researchers are using data collection to study wastewater as a way of predicting future disease breakouts ahead of testing data.

By Avni Shah
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Process Safety June 1, 2021

Entry management portal reduces risks for workers

Entry management at industrial sites and facilities needs to be a proactive part for manufacturers for companies vulnerable to a COVID-19 outbreak or any other infectious disease.

By Nisha Lathif
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Process Safety February 8, 2021

A team approach to resolving process upsets

Maintain business and process reliability with 24/7 knowledge management

By Dr. Joel Shertok and Andreas Eschbach
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Process Safety October 4, 2020

Campus wastewater tested for COVID-19

LSU researchers are testing campus wastewater to see how the COVID-19 travels and as a way to determine cases.

By Joshua Duplechain
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Safety Standards September 1, 2020

Ensure software updates protect motion control

Product safety and operational safety of elevators require that software and software-updates are under control. See list of standards to help lower risk for motion control applications.

By Dr. Rolf Zöllner
C-level executives of the World Health Organisationa and Lloyd's Register Foundation speak at the Virtual Edition of the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit (GMIS). Courtesy: GMIS
Safety Standards July 14, 2020

Manufacturing accidents still too common, say officials

Increase digital technologies and existing tools to decrease too-common occupational accidents, say officials from the WHO and Lloyd’s Register Foundation.

By Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit (GMIS)
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Process Safety June 26, 2020

COVID-19’s impact on wastewater treatment facilities

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on wastewater treatment facilities from many perspectives including maintenance, operations and safety.

By Patrick Radabaugh
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Process Safety May 14, 2020

Grant awarded to track COVID-19 in wastewater treatment plants

A North Carolina State University-led team of researchers has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to monitor wastewater from four U.S. cities for indicators of COVID-19.

By Tracey Peake
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Safety Standards April 22, 2020

Alert released on protecting workers from COVID-19 pandemic

An OSHA alert released listing safety tips employers can follow to help protect manufacturing workers from exposure to the COVID-19 virus.

By Gregory Hale
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Process Safety March 18, 2020

Nano strategy fights superbugs for wastewater plants

A three-step method developed by Rice University researchers to produce molecular-imprinted graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets can help catch and kill free-floating antibiotic resistant genes found in secondary effluent produced by wastewater plants.

By Mike Williams