A new environment – United Safety featured in The Oil & Gas Year / Abu Dhabi 2015

14 January 2015, Published by United Safety

A new environment – United Safety featured in The Oil & Gas Year / Abu Dhabi 2015United Safety and Karim Sabet, United Safety’s Regional Sales Manager for the Middle East, are featured in The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY), Abu Dhabi 2015.

Mr. Sabet talks about the impact that technology has had on the industry and the way that safety considerations factor into sour gas developments. He mentions that operators in the region are taking steps towards making safety an integral part of their business and also talks about how specialized equipment is vital in sour gas production. Continue Reading


Gas Safety Innovations – United Safety in Pipeline Magazine

09 September 2014, Published by United Safety

United Safety in the Oil&Gas magazineUnited Safety and our Vice president for Middle East, Mike Gilbert, were featured in the September issue of Pipeline Magazine.

The article talks about the increasing foot print of the oil and gas industry and the need for special gas safety protection measures to ensure the safety of the workers and nearby populations.

“We believe not one single safety measure can be ultimately effective in addressing H2S protection. Continue Reading


Introducing the Air Qruise™ Technology

20 January 2014, Published by United Safety

The Air Qruise™ is a proprietary Breathing Air Management System that can be incorporated into a range of vehicles that enable the users to work, travel and transit safely through toxic environments. Discover what you can expect from the Air Qruise™ innovations.

Powering the Safety Revolution.™

Learn more: Air Qruise™ Trooper, Air Qruise™ Rover and Air Qruise™ Solo.


Gas Protection System Allows Safe Transit Through Dangerous Areas

13 January 2014, Published by United Safety

A vehicle equipped with the Air Qruise™ systemA vehicle equipped with the Air Qruise™ system.
In 2003, sour gas forced the evacuation of 64,000 residents and killed 243 people in Gaoqiao, Chonqing, China, during a massive leak that covered an area of 25 km2. In January 2013, a sour gas leak near Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada, forced police to close a 100 km stretch of a major highway.

The industry has been reminded time and again of the importance of continuously monitoring gas in and around work sites. At concentrations ranging from 250 to 1,000 ppm, hydrogen sulfide is deadly and can kill in seconds. In the event of an uncontrolled release of hydrogen sulphide, every second counts. Continue Reading


United Safety launches Air Qruise™, the world’s first Vehicle Gas Protection System

13 November 2013, Published by United Safety

Andy Kveps, United Safety’s General Manager for Innovations explains how the Air Qruise™ integrates state-of-the-art gas detection electronics
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – On November 10, 2013, United Safety launched the Oil and Gas industry’s first Vehicle Gas Protection System – the Air Qruise™ at ADIPEC 2013.

With Oil and Gas activities progressing into increasingly challenging environments, the Air Qruise™ fills an industry gap and ensures that in the event of a gas leak, every aspect of a person’s safe evacuation from a toxic gas release site is in place. Continue Reading


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