Ee’re taking a close-up look at a specific new symbol’s development. This article includes behind-the-scenes insight straight from Geoffrey Peckham, the chairman of ISO/TC 145.
This article outlines the instrumentation and calculations performed to evaluate the severity of the exposure risk to unfiltered artificial light.
A rural mountain cottage fire was initially ruled as an accidental Christmas tree fire. The insurance company’s Special Investigation Unit discovered information that prompted further fire scene investigation. The scene investigation resulted in evidence that the fire was likely intentionally set.
The Commission of the European Union (EU) has published an updated list of harmonized standards that can be used to demonstrate conformity with the essential requirements of its directive relating to the safety... Read More...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a draft guidance on assessing the safety of medical devices intended for use in areas where devices employing magnetic resonance (MR) magnets are present. ... Read More...
This article examines the optical safety considerations of free-space optical communication systems (FSOC). These telecommunication systems communicate over distances through free space using optical communication technology.
After the tragic 2003 Columbia re-entry accident, computational and experimental electromagnetics were ultimately applied to foster the development of a new NASA Ascent Debris Radar (NDR) for the remaining 22 Shuttle missions.
Direct Current (DC) applications have become more prevalent in recent years, primarily due to the increased usage of renewable energy and energy storage systems. A review of the existing safety standards and other literature shows that there is limited experimental data on DC human body resistance. In particular, no information was found by the authors describing the repeatability of DC body impedance and the effect of contact material and other variables.