Hydrogen Peroxide as a Biocide
Vapor-phase H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide) is a more potent oxidizer of protein than liquid-phase H2O2, even at concentrations 10,000 time inferior
H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide) interacts with amino acids, proteins, enzymes, RNA & DNA.... ultimately leading to cell death.
A family of pathogens capable of resisting exposure to gaseous hydrogen peroxide has NOT been found to date.
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Why Outriggers Are Important
Getting an "A-Grade" for Safer Schools, Classrooms, Dorms, and Buses
The IBC and OSHA Guardrail Requirements
The International Building Code (IBC) and OSHA have a lot in common. Do you know where their standards overlap? Are you in compliance?
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Making "Doors to Nowhere" Safe and Useful
How Proptech is Rapidly Evolving (post) Pandemic
The Ultimate Campus Safety Checklist
Ensuring the safety of students and staff at your campus is a huge responsibility. Don't guess about best practices, take a look at our checklist.
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Understanding Bollards and Column & Shelf Protectors
Bollards and column protectors are everywhere, yet we never think about how useful they are in their various settings. Learn more about their uses.
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Is Your HVAC in Ship-Shape?
the importance of keeping your HVAC in good working order is a no brainer. Are you doing everything you can to ensure your system is in peak condition?
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Fall Safety in the Manufacturing Industry
The leading cause of occupational injuries and fatalities is falls. In fact, within the past decade, it is the #1 OSHA-violated standard, resulting in workplace tragedies, costing businesses a substantial amount of money and damaging their reputations.
Perhaps it is fair to say that one of the most dangerous work environments is industrial spaces, including factories, warehouses, and manufacturing plants. Such settings create numerous opportunities for tripping, slipping, and falling from greasy floors and damaged steps to clutter and uneven walking surfaces.