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Head Torches and Hand Torches
The rod and helm lamps in the explosion-proof version have proven to be reliable lamps. You can simply mount the luminaire with a range of up to 30 meters on the helmet or head. The helmets are intended for battery operation. Use the headlights for up to 12 hours in continuous operation.
Learn where the risk lurks in daily working life, which occupational groups are particularly at risk and what you should bear in mind when assessing the risks. Get our 3 proven prevention measures for better ergonomics and back health at the workplace.
Fume cupboards with ejector technology or sash? The technology comparison.
In many laboratories, classic fume cupboards with front sash are used. In practice, however, working behind the pane often means considerable compromises. The alternative is called ejector technology: we have compared both systems and show you which one is ahead.
Anyone who handles, uses or "only" stores hazardous substances cannot avoid it: the risk assessment. For 25 years it has been the central element in occupational health and safety. In our FAQs we have put together the answers to the most frequently asked questions on the subject of "Risk assessment for hazardous substances".
Explosion protection can quickly become an issue in all industries: Many hazardous substances that are handled on a daily basis harbour a corresponding hazard potential. Here you can find out what you need to know to get started with explosion protection.
Helmet lamps and headlamps are easy to fit to helmets and are even part of the official equipment of the fire brigade and police. These powerful and robust emergency aids can shine up to 120 metres. The batteries are designed for a lighting duration of up to 32 hours. Important to note: Suitable products must be used for hazardous areas.
Lighting in the workplace - Expert knowledge
There are also a number of standards and regulations for workplace lighting. The Workplace Ordinance already stipulates that workplaces should receive as much daylight as possible. In addition, artificial lighting must be provided that is conducive to the safety and health of employees. More detailed regulations are contained in the workplace directives, more specifically in ASR 3.4 "Lighting" or EN 12464-1. We have summarised all the facts on the subject of lighting in the workplace for you in our guide. Here we also explain all the important terms on the subject.