2011.10 – October


Designing a Gas Detection System October 18th. Lori Levangie Understanding composition of gases – how to read an MSDS What does OSHA and NIOSH say? Placement of Gas detection devices – in large and small areas, confined spaces. Understanding protection of persons as well as property – what is the “Law” Technologies of Gas Detection Devices – what is available in the marketplace (IR, Cat Bead, Echem, FTIR, UV, UVIR, IR3) Which Technologies to chose and when. (IR vs Cat Bead vs Echem) Bio: Lori Levangie Started in the chemical business in 1992 with Praxair Specialty Gases then transitioned onto Gas Detection Sales for Scott Health and Safety, MSA and Honeywell to date. (21 years on chemical and chemical detection devices). BS from Cedar Crest College with multiple disciplined certifications is gas detection and chemicals via employers. Lean Leadership certification as well as OSHA 501. Our meeting place is: We will be meeting at our regular time of 6:00pm at Carini’s. No RSVP required (invite a coworker) Beer and food off the menu. Directions to Carini Italian Restaurant click on map below: Richmond-Hopewell ISA – © 2002 ISA – All rights reserved.