MSA to showcase safety solutions at Safety and Health Expo

Workman Tripod Use Confined Space Entry 02 1Safety company MSA is preparing to showcase its range of safety solutions at the upcoming Safety and Health Expo in London from 18-20 June 2019

As one of the biggest health and safety events in the UK, the company will take the opportunity to talk to customers and industry peers about the latest safety trends and how it continually innovate its products and solutions to meet the latest safety needs.

The company stated that it is excited about the opportunity this event brings to showcase, among others, its V-Series range of fall protection harnesses and its latest self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) for the industry.

Jennifer McGurrin, general manager of global fall and industrial head protection at MSA, said, “Protecting people is what MSA is all about - be that while working at height, fighting fires or maintaining oil rigs and telecoms towers.”

“For us, innovation must be a constant, from developing new products to enhancing what we already have. We hope through this event to demonstrate some of our successes in the UK market. Visitors can see, touch and feel out products - they will even be able to have a go on our virtual reality experience, which really gives a feel for our products in action,” she added.

Making its Expo debut will be Safety io - MSA’s first subsidiary focused entirely on leveraging MSA’s market-leading gas detection technology with industry-leading innovation in cloud-based software.

Safety io uses wireless technology and cloud-based computing to enable a wide range of ‘connected’ security activities. With MSA’s gas detection products serving as enablers, Safety io provides the ability to monitor gas level readings in the workplace remotely, track associate safety, monitor instrument maintenance status and, in the event of an emergency, notify workers of the need to evacuate by pressing a button.

Gustavo Lopez, general manager for Safety io, commented, “In many respects, Safety io challenges safety-minded organisations to expect more from their gas detection systems and programs. The services we offer are designed to enable worksite managers to make informed decisions to reinforce best practices and pursue a safety-first, injury-free workplace.”

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