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The functional safety edition of IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V is certified by TÜV SÜD and delivers guaranteed support through the product life cycle
Uppsala, Sweden—March 4, 2021—IAR Systems®, the future-proof supplier of software tools and services for embedded development, announces the availability of a certified edition of its development toolchain for RISC-V. The functional safety edition of IAR Embedded Workbench® for RISC-V is certified by TÜV SÜD according to the requirements of IEC 61508, the international umbrella standard for functional safety, as well as ISO 26262, which is used for automotive safety-related systems. In addition, the certification covers the international standard IEC 62304, which specifies life cycle requirements for the development of medical software and software within medical devices, and the European railway standards EN 50128 and EN 50657. Also covered are IEC 60730 for Household Appliances, ISO 13849 and IEC 62061 for Machinery Control Systems, IEC 61511 for Process Industry and ISO 25119 for Agriculture and Forestry.
Functional safety is one of the most important features in many embedded systems and companies must consider development tools as an integral part of the system certification. The proof of compliance for the tools increases cost and time of development. To solve this problem, IAR Systems provides certified editions of the complete compiler and debugger toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench. The tests performed and quality assurance measures implemented by IAR Systems have shown that IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V complies with the testing criteria specified by the respective standards and is suitable for use in safety-related development. IAR Embedded Workbench is certified by TÜV SÜD.
IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V is a complete development toolchain including the highly optimizing IAR C/C++ Compiler™ and the feature-rich C-SPY® Debugger. The software is complemented by native debugging and trace probes. The debug probe I-jet supports on-chip RAM buffered trace, in addition to fast JTAG/cJTAG/DAP debug and is complemented by the powerful trace probe I-jet Trace, which can livestream trace information for code coverage and profiling purposes.
The functional safety edition of IAR Embedded Workbench includes a functional safety certificate, a safety report from TÜV SÜD and a Safety Manual. With the certified tools, IAR Systems provides a Functional Safety Support and Update Agreement with guaranteed support for the sold version for the longevity of the contract. Along with prioritized technical support, the agreement includes access to validated service packs and regular reports of known deviations and problems. Functional safety certification for IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V, version 1.40, is available now. Learn more about the toolchain at www.iar.com/riscv.
About IAR Systems
IAR Systems supplies future-proof software tools and services for embedded development, enabling companies worldwide to create the products of today and the innovations of tomorrow. Since 1983, IAR Systems’ solutions have ensured quality, reliability and efficiency in the development of over one million embedded applications. The company is headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden and has sales and support offices all over the world. Since 2018, Secure Thingz, the global domain expert in device security, embedded systems, and lifecycle management, is part of IAR Systems Group AB. IAR Systems Group AB is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Mid Cap. Learn more at www.iar.com.
What is it?
A Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Hazard Classification and Labelling. It is an international, standardized approach to hazard communication. The introduction of this system ensures that chemical users worldwide will understand the labeling and hazard identification associated with chemicals. The criteria for classification of chemical hazards, chemical labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS, formerly Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)) are all going to follow a standard set of rules. This change has been described as moving from 'the right to know' to 'the right to understand'.
What does it mean for me?
GHS provides a common, coherent approach to defining and classifying chemical hazards and the protective measures necessary to prevent exposure. It requires standard labels for all chemicals regardless of manufacturer. This is the first and most obvious change you will see. Each label has; the chemical name, a signal word, a hazard statement, pictograms representing the hazards associated with the chemical, precautionary statements and the name and address of the manufacturer.
Click here for an example label.
Signal Words: Danger and Warning
Hazard Statements: Key Words
Safety Data Sheets
The next significant change was Safety Data Sheets replaced Material Safety Data Sheets. Unlike the former MSDS, the SDS format has been standardized. All manufacturers were required to provide safety information in the same format. This makes it easier to find the pertinent information needed to handle a chemical safely. Click here for a list of the SDS sections.
Hazard Ratings - Significant Change!!!
Be aware of the fact that a significant change has occurred with respect to hazard ratings under GHS. Numeric hazard ratings in GHS are the OPPOSITE of what they were with the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) and the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA). Now, the lower the rating, the higher the hazard! The numeric hazard ratings for a chemical is included on the SDS. In most cases, this should be found in the Hazards Identification section (section 2). exact experience however has shown that this may not be the case for every SDS. Hazard ratings have also been found in section 15 (Regulatory information) and section 16 (Other information).
Click here for a visual reference regarding this change. It will be very important to pay attention to which numeric system is being used!
What about other agencies?
The Department of Transportation (DOT), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission all took part in developing the GHS. The DOT has modified its classification and labelling requirements to be in line with the new system.
The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) has a separate system for classifying chemical hazards. This system will NOT be changing. As GHS reaches full implementation there may come a need to slightly modify the NFPA system but it will not go away. The agencies are depending on individuals being trained and made aware of the differences in order to prevent confusion. As an individual working with chemicals, the most important thing to remember is that the numeric hazard classifications used in the two systems are opposite one another.
It is especially important to know if you are looking at hazard information from GHS, NFPA or HMIS. If you have questions - ASK!
The intent of GHS is to ensure hazard classifications are consistent and standardized on an international level. This will help prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities while ensuring the safe use of chemicals from cradle to grave.
Contact the RIT Environmental Health and Safety Department with any questions at (585) 475-7092.
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School districts in the south and southwest suburbs have different numbers of automated external defibrillators available, but officials have different opinions on whether the state should provide more guidance on availability.
Defibrillators are portable machines used to help someone experiencing cardiac arrest. In Illinois, state law requires schools and other public places to have defibrillators, but leave it up to school officials to determine how many should be in buildings.
Lockport Township High School District 205 Superintendent Robert McBride said the state should give more guidance and funding to schools to make sure a consistent number of defibrillators are available.
Tinley Park High School associate principal Randy Couwenhoven said the state requires defibrillators, it should be left up to each district to determine how many should be purchased.
“I think what the state has done in that regard, making sure that all schools have them, is a good thing,” Couwenhoven said.
Cook County Board member Donna Miller sponsored a resolution asking Congress to pass the Access to AEDs Act, championed by Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin, who suffered a cardiac crisis during an NFL game in January.
The act would award grants to eligible entities to develop and implement a program for student access to defibrillation in public elementary and secondary schools.
“Cardiac crises can happen anywhere, and we need to ensure we’re prepared to respond regardless of where one occurs,” Miller said. “In Cook County, we have made real progress to expand CPR and AED training and access, but this work must also be done at the federal level.”
Bridget O’Brien, an eighth grade teacher at Liberty Junior High School in New Lenox, organized CPR training classes with the New Lenox Fire Department after her husband had a sudden cardiac arrest last year. She praised Miller’s resolution.
Liberty Junior High has two defibrillators in the building, O’Brien said, but she’s heard from other teachers that their schools have different numbers.
“I think more schools would love to have more AED machines, but then of course, there is that cost,” O’Brien said, suggesting working with different civic groups raise funds.
O’Brien said Liberty Junior High School has an defibrillator crisis team, which responds in an emergency. During most CPR training classes, trainees are taught how to use defibrillators, O’Brien said, and they realize quickly they are easy to use because the machine provides direction.
“I would like to see more of them available at schools,” O’Brien said.
At Bloom Township High District 206, the district has 25 defibrillators available in every athletic space and outside gathering spaces, such as the theater and cafeteria, said athletic director Joe Reda. Of the 25 defibrillators, Reda said 10 are bilingual.
The district’s coaches, security staff and administrators have been trained, Reda said. Last summer, about 20% of teachers and staff were trained in CPR and defibrillators, and this summer another 40% of teachers and staff will be trained, he said.
Every month, Reda said he checks the defibrillator machines to make sure the batteries and pads work. Each defibrillator costs about $1,800, excluding maintenance, Reda said, and the district purchased them with a mixture of district funds and grants.
“It’s a purchase I hope we never have to use,” Reda said.
Lockport District 205 has eight defibrillators. At east campus, they are outside the auditorium, in the nurse’s office, outside the main gym, outside the field house and in the building’s largest hallway. At central campus, they are outside the auditorium, the gym and the main office, McBride said.
Additionally, near each defibrillator the district installed stop the bleed kits, which have supplies needed for major trauma events, McBride said. The district also has Narcan, medicine that can help someone who overdoses, available in the buildings and on buses, he said.
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“The proper placement is where they can be accessed if there was an incident in the classroom but also accessed in a large, public gathering,” McBride said.
For training, gym teachers, administrators and support staff are trained in CPR and defibrillator use. All staff are trained in using the stop the bleed kits and about 120 administrators and staff are trained in using Narcan, he said.
Tinley Park High School has six defibrillators available, Couwenhoven said, and staff go through training every couple years.
Defibrillators talk to the user, Couwenhoven said, so someone who hasn’t been trained can use the machines. The machine won’t deliver a shock to the person unless one is needed, he said.
“There is some training that you could do, but the AEDs themselves walk you through, they have voice prompts, and have signs within them that tell you what to do and how to use them,” Couwenhoven said.
While the machines are easy to use, O’Brien said she’d encourage everyone to get training.
“In the event of an emergency, I’m going to appreciate somebody talking to me and telling me what to do. But, it is kind of nice just to be familiar when you open up that AED machine,” O’Brien said.
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PW Skills, the skilling vertical oflaunched late last year, has outlined a plan to invest Rs 120 crore in the next two-three years to provide upskilling courses at competitive prices.
"We want to address the issue of inaccessibility and steep pricing of most tech and upskilling courses, as well as the lack of practical training and teaching of basics. Additionally, there is a significant gap in training availability in vernacular languages. PW Skills is committed to bridging these gaps by investing Rs 120 crore in the next 2-3 years to provide quality content, taught from the basics by industry professionals, at competitive prices," said Prateek Maheshwari, Co-Founder of PW, in a statement.
The platform currently has over 1.5 lakh registered learners, enrolled with its courses offered in Hindi, English, and "Hinglish". Among these learners, 50,000 have enrolled in paid batches, while the rest benefit from the free courses. About 30,000 learners hail from the Hindi heartland, encompassing regions such as Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and other states, according to the statement.
PW Skills provides hybrid courses in data science, Java, C++, full-stack web development, and other tech courses starting from Rs 3,500. The platform plans to expand into joint certification courses with colleges, diploma courses, and technology courses in vernacular languages.
Additionally, The platform offers placement assistance through its job portal, with partnerships established with over 250 companies, including Tata IQ, Siemens, SAP, Oracle, and Amazon.
Earlier this month, PW revealed plans to invest Rs 100 crore to strengthen its Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) offerings.
The Delhi-based company plans to invest in technology innovation, session-wise constructive pedagogy, content, and hiring teachers. Its offering, PWOnlyIAS, aims to reach 10 cities and engage with over three lakh aspirants in the next three years, capturing a 20% market share of PW UPSC aspirants, it said.
Last year, PW purchased education content firm S Chand and Co.’s entire stake in the artificial intelligence and data sciences-focused upskilling platform iNeuron Intelligence Private Limited for about Rs 14 crore.
Consistent training is conducive to reaching performance goals in sport and essential for optimal performance. A study in athletics has shown that the likelihood of achieving a performance goal was seven times higher in those athletes who completed >80% of their planned training weeks and that training availability accounted for 86% of successful seasons.1 This means that the goals of the coaches and strength/conditioning experts and the sports medicine/physiotherapy team are not distinct entities but rather complementary, with the clinical team trying to avoid failure and the coaches improving the chance of success.
How do we keep our athletes injury-free? There is the perception that higher training loads inevitably result in higher injury rates in athletes. Although it is true that high absolute training loads are associated with greater injury risk, there is also evidence that training may have a protective effect and that undertraining increases injury risk.2
The new ‘train smart AND hard’ paradigm3 suggests that it is not so much the load itself, but an inappropriate transition to …
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