Dan Maxwell

Dan Maxwell is a Sr. Project Manager with Hallam-ICS’s Toxic Gas Monitoring team. Dan trained in Mechanical Engineering and has worked in Project Management in the construction and manufacturing sectors before coming to Hallam-ICS in 1999.
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May 09, 2019 | Written by Dan Maxwell | Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems

The First 2 Steps to Complete your TGMS Safety Requirement Specification

A Safety Requirement Specification (SRS) defines the basic functions of a toxic gas monitoring system (TGMS).  It also helps with many design considerations.  The format Hallam-ICS prefers to use for documenting is a basic matrix.  Spreadsheet tools are an excellent way to manage the SRS.


Nov 15, 2018 | Written by Dan Maxwell | Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems

Toxic Gas Monitoring: Cross-Sensitivity or Cross-Interference

In the field of toxic gas monitoring systems (TGMS) there is always the question of what conditions might affect the gas detection system other than the intended target gas. Gas detection technology is intended to detect specific chemical compounds in the monitored sample.


Oct 04, 2018 | Written by Dan Maxwell | Process Control and Plant Automation, MEP Engineering


It is important to have friends in our lives.  They are supportive and understanding. They can also challenge us and make us our best selves.  Friends in business are called partners.  There is a financial relationship between business partners but the best of these relationships have the same features as good friendships.


Mar 15, 2018 | Written by Dan Maxwell | Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems

Small Lab Toxic Gas Monitoring Solution

Hallam-ICS has been developing Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems (TGMS) for over two decades.  In recent years we have seen a need for small TGMS systems to support a small number of tools and gases.  Hallam-ICS is focused on bringing our experience to these smaller spaces in a price competitive manner while offering robust functionality found in larger systems.


Aug 31, 2017 | Written by Dan Maxwell | MEP Engineering, Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems

Do You Have An HPM "Junk Drawer"?

Everyone seems to have a “junk drawer” at home.  It is the place that all the seldom used, but seemingly indispensable, items in our lives collect.  As individuals we can choose to clear out our personal middens.  But, what happens if your junk drawer at work contains hazardous production materials (HPM)?


Jan 24, 2017 | Written by Dan Maxwell | Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems

The Latest in Gas Detection: New Technology for 2017

2017 Trends is a 5-part blog series that takes a look at how the latest technology, economic developments, evolving user expectations and changing industry standards might affect the way we all do business.