Key features include:
• Complete Dyno Nobel Product Info- product specs and application uses
• 7 Custom Blasting Calculators- including Powder Factor, Airblast Prediction, and Ground Vibration
• Real Time Dyno Nobel Updates- news, products, and videos
• Worldwide Remote Accessibility to App
• Unit Conversions and Blast Design Terminology
• GPS Enabled
Explosives users in the mining, quarry, construction, pipeline and geophysical exploration industries know that Dyno Nobel, a global leader in commercial explosives, delivers Groundbreaking Performance through Practical Innovation by focusing on Safety and Continuous Improvement.
Our founder, Alfred Nobel, changed the world with his invention of dynamite and the detonator in the 1860’s and changed it again when he founded the world famous Nobel Prizes. Dyno Nobel’s roots also include William Bickford’s invention of Safety Fuse in 1831. Our corporate history is built on this legacy of safety and innovation.
With Zero Harm as our goal - for our employees, our customers and the environment - our safety standards are among the highest in the industry. Because we are all responsible for working safely, we rigorously apply internationally recognized safety standards at all our locations and in everything we do, from storage and transport to handling and use.
Together with our new owners, Incitec Pivot Limited, we are a global force in nitrogen-based chemical manufacturing, holding foremost positions in the explosives and fertilizer markets. Incitec Pivot’s explosives business will continue to be identified by the well known Dyno Nobel brand as we take care of our explosives customers in the industries we serve.
This nuclear weapon effects calculator projects the different type of damage over a map so you can easily view the affected area. Also can choose any destination in the world (searching by country or city, also dragging a marker over the map), choose from a list of known nuclear bombs (real and with historical significance) and then simulate the effects.
Dragging the marker over the map allows to dynamically change the location of the center of detonation.
When a nuclear bomb detonates will release several different kinds of energy. For example, the explosive blast, direct nuclear radiation and thermal radiation. The affected area by all these types of energy are represented over the map.
In a real-life scenario, the damaged area caused by nuclear explosions can vary greatly affected by a multitude of factors. These factors includes the weapon’s yield (kilotons or megatons), the type of nuclear fuel used, the design of the device, whether it’s exploded (air or surface), the geography surrounding the target or weather conditions. This app does not assume these factors but shows the scale of destruction that nuclear weapons can cause.
With Vodafone Guardian you can:
• Choose who can call your child and set permitted hours for calling.
• Protect your child from unwanted SMS and control when they can receive SMS.
• Restrict or block functions including internet connection, bluetooth, calling, camera, video and apps.
• Safeguard Apps; prevent your child from downloading, installing and using apps
• Guardian protector can let you know if your child uninstalls Guardian
What you will get?
Reassurance that your child is kept safe:
• Settings to help block unwanted messages/calls such as bullying and prank calls.
• Tools to prevent your child accessing harmful content through apps, the internet or simply calling or texting
Peace of mind that your child’s smartphone is safe:
• Truly simple to use. Easy for parents to use, requiring little to no technical understanding
• Help is always at hand. Emergency numbers are not blocked
• No hidden surprises. Controlling smartphone usage helps prevent bill shock and / or rapid burn-through of credit
• Protection outside of the home. Any in-home computer safety practices can now be extended to cover the smart phone
• Educate your children. Children learn about safe smartphone usage and content which might be harmful
This app is available for everyone (some restrictions apply). It’s free to download and use. It has been brought to you by Vodafone. Reliable services from your trusted network provider.
SMS filter not available to customers on KitKat.
1. Easy notes to add, delete, change, share a key to the message, microblogging, text messaging and so on.
2. provide the password settings, password protection, built-in security exit mechanism, allowing you to use more secure.
3. convenient notebook interface that allows you to quickly note.
Aging, unstable, and excess stockpiles of ammunition pose dual hazards of illicit proliferation and accidental explosion, which have caused humanitarian disasters and destabilised individual countries and regions in the past. This GICHD app can assist states to isolate and destroy unsafe and dangerous ammunition and instigate a reliable ammunition safety management regime, thus enabling a nation to control its stocks of ammunition to ensure their safety and security.
This method develops the capacity of a state to safeguard its own ammunition. The management system allows destruction of unsafe, unusable stockpiles of ammunition, preventing explosions within Ammunition Storage Areas (ASAs), which currently occur on average 2 ½ times a month. These explosions not only kill and maim thousands but destroy the regional infrastructure, putting many more at risk from disease and starvation.
Everything in the app is compliant with IATG. Tasks are broken into small, easily achievable steps, and can be mainly carried out by local workers under AT/ATO supervision and instruction. It can be adapted to any situation, and is relatively cheap until the final steps are taken to attain RRPL 1, at which time funding is required to build standard explosive facilities and install the correct standards of electrical and protective equipment.
It can be used as a training tool and a basis for an operational plan by established organisations, both civil and military, which wish to use their own work force to carry out the ammunition safety management (ASM) part of PSSM. There is a training matrix towards the end of the app enabling lesson plans to be written for each central role. The actions can be selected for their relevance – not all tasks require all actions. Operators can carry out actions in many different sequences, depending on local conditions and continuous risk assessments.
This app enables massive safety improvements to be achieved for relatively little expenditure. It works on the basis of making safe the most potentially catastrophic situations first, allowing thousands of lives to be saved by carrying out often small, simple actions. Those parts currently available to download here cover clearance of ERW (both UXO and AXO), siting and developing a safe temporary store, inspection and destruction of unsafe ammunition, detection of faults early, stockpile destruction and instigating a good ammunition management system. It should be noted that this app is designed to assist in saving human lives and livelihoods, not assisting militaries in ammunition reliability. The only concern is safety and welfare of civilians, not ability to wage war.
The next stage, currently in development, will guide users how to attain RRPL 1 standards. As stated previously, this stage cannot be carried out on a self-help basis – it requires skills and funding which will have to be externally sourced by the state.
Any queries on the app, how the ASM method works, training and advice on ASM can be addressed to the author, John Rawson, GICHD, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The majority of information centers on the Air Force 8-Step Problem Solving Model with content that includes a glossary of terms (as listed in the AFSO21 Playbook), description and use of tools and methodologies, and information related to Lean, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints, and Business Process Reengineering. A comparison of the 8-Step Model, DMAIC, and PDCA is included. Detailed content thoroughly addresses the applicability and content of the USAF 8-Step A3 Certification Rubric, and interactive use of each individual step of the 8-Step Problem Solving.
AFSO21, AFSO, Lean Six Sigma, CPI, Continuous Process Improvement, Smart Operations, Air Force, AETC, DMAIC