Operations in confined spaces often pose challenges to safety and budget concerns.

 

Zistos increases safety and saves money.

As part of a complete line of portable video inspection tools used to penetrate confined spaces, Zistos has crossed an important threshold in the industry. Management personnel in the industry recognize the cost and complexity in maintaining compliance when OSHA regulations are mandated relative to an industrial process or operation. These standards and procedures were created to help insure the safety of workers performing tasks that may be hazardous or when operating in dangerous environments such as a confined space.

“We have introduced an approach for operations in confined spaces that can dramatically increase safety and, at the same time, can also actually reduce operating costs while maintaining compliance with regulations,” says Bob Levine, President of Zistos Corporation of Holbrook, NY in this brief, informative video, including how a Zistos industrial inspection system can pay for itself within a very short time period.

Increase the safety and effectiveness of vehicle inspections at a secure checkpoint.

 

These days you have to be wary. Even routine public matters can involve elevated security risks; they can take on any form, especially vehicles, currently the weapon of choice for the bad guys.

The result is a rapid increase in the sheer volume of preemptive searches of vehicles being conducted that in turn raises the associated risk factor for inspectors.

Inspecting a vehicle for explosives like IEDs is dangerous business to say the least. The multiple locations where a device can be hidden extend to the entire vehicle, from the undercarriage to the trunk, engine, cargo area and top of the vehicle as with a truck.

Then there’s the cabin and passenger area, dashboard, seats, cargo area and more. Each challenge requires a different tool to properly assess the risk while protecting the inspector. Continue reading “Increase the safety and effectiveness of vehicle inspections at a secure checkpoint.”