Solutions to Aerospace & Aviation

Nov 29 2017 Read 459 Times

A world leader in wearable safety technology, Blackline Safety (TSXV: BLN) is offering its standalone employee-worn device with replaceable gas detection cartridges to the Aerospace and Aviation industries.

Used for personnel working in paint booths, on-the-ground manufacturing as well as maintenance, repair and operations, Blackline’s new G7c is a combined safety monitoring and communications device. It continuously monitors the concentration of hazardous gases or fumes and — should an incident occur — immediately communicates the employee’s identity and location to Blackline’s live monitoring team in real-time. Blackline’s Safety Operations Center follows the unique emergency protocol for each corporate client to manage alerts as they are received. Two-way voice calling, and a simple messaging interface enables monitoring agents to communicate directly with the employee to assess the situation and respond accordingly.

“It met and exceeded all my expectations,” said Bill Pizor, Chief of Maintenance and Corporate Aircraft Operator in Philadelphia, PA. “Blackline Safety’s G7c, lone worker device, is reliable, their customer service is great and it’s in the price point we need it to be.” He added, “Any time I have an opportunity to recommend a solution for my peers in Aviation or Aerospace, I let them know about Blackline Safety.”

Launching early in the New Year is a new photoionization detector (PID) that will monitor volatile organic compounds including methyl propyl ketone, jet fuel and cleaning solvents such as acetone and isopropyl alcohol. Blackline’s single-gas and quad-gas cartridges will support a PID sensor, giving customers the choice to be equipped to detect anywhere from one through four different gases simultaneously.

“Our indoor location technology allows us to identify immediate health and safety risks to employees and communicate with them directly or send help to their exact location,” says Kirk Johnson, Product Manager for Blackline Safety. “All of our safety monitoring products connect to our industry leading cloud-hosted portal where customers can message employees, initiate voice calls, view usage trends and map their risks geospatially.” He added, “As a new member of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada Association (AIAC) we look forward to helping the international aerospace community protect their teams.”

Read comments0

Do you like or dislike what you have read? Why not post a comment to tell others / the manufacturer and our Editor what you think. To leave comments please complete the form below. Providing the content is approved, your comment will be on screen in less than 24 hours. Leaving comments on product information and articles can assist with future editorial and article content. Post questions, thoughts or simply whether you like the content.

Digital Edition

Petro Industry News February/March 2018

March 2018

In This Edition Fuel for Thought - Environnement S.A Unveils its New envea™ Brand - Emerson Completes Acquisition of ProSys - 15 Years of Trouble Free Flow Measurement Analytical Instr...

View all digital editions



Mar 18 2018 Dubai, UAE


Mar 18 2018 New Orleans, LA, USA

World Petrochemical Conference

Mar 19 2018 Houston, Tx, USA


Mar 20 2018 Warsaw, Poland


Mar 20 2018 Moscow, Russia

View all events