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Understanding the Test Methods that Govern Foot Protection

This is the second post in a four-part series providing an overview of Tyndale’s boot program along with the applicable industry standards – ASTM F2412… 429 more words

Flame Resistant Clothing

Case Study: The MUP

Client: NOVA Entertainment – NOVA 96.9

With Fitzy & Wippa in breakfast and fresh hits across the day, NOVA 96.9 is one of Sydney’s leading radio stations. 150 more words

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Workers Looking to Give Their Old Boots the Boot?

This is the first post in a four-part series providing an overview of Tyndale’s boot program along with the applicable industry standards – ASTM F2412… 446 more words

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Does my Rainwear Protect Against Flash Fire Exposures?

ASTM F2733, Standard Specification for Flame Resistant Rainwear for Protection Against Flame Hazards, contains minimum performance specifications and other requirements for rainwear used to protect workers from… 476 more words

Flame Resistant Clothing

What Standard Governs Arc Flash Protective Rainwear?

ASTM F1891, Standard Specification for Arc and Flame Resistant Rainwear, establishes minimum performance specifications, test methods, and other suggested information – including a sizing guide and purchasing specification – for rainwear used to protect workers from… 533 more words

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Court blocks restart of 2 Takahama reactors -- NHK World

” A district court has issued a fresh injunction to block the restart of 2 reactors at the Takahama nuclear plant in central Japan. It points out that clearing new regulations does not necessarily guarantee the safety of reactors. ”

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Reactor Restarts / Decommissioning

Japan approves first reactor life extension since Fukushima disaster -- Reuters via The Business Times

”  Japan’s nuclear regulator on Monday approved an application from Kansai Electric Power Co to extend the life of two ageing reactors beyond 40 years, the first such approval under new safety requirements imposed since the Fukushima disaster. 303 more words

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