iCertainty and Zebra Technologies Corporation today announced plans to further license technology developed by Disney dubbed CHEFS (Computerized HACCP Enhanced Food Safety). At its core, the technology employs wireless temperature probes with Zebra’s MC40 mobile devices and iCertainty’s software to offer real-time monitoring of food temperatures, creating alerts when health concerns due to internal temperatures fall out of their respective safety zones. In addition to the immediate health benefits, the system also permits food preparers to rely on a manual process of documenting everything on paper for auditing purposes.
After highly (and not-so-highly) publicized events in which at Walt Disney World’s ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ both a man and a child suffered finger lacerations/partial loss and even going back to an incident in 2005 where a child lost part of his thumb on Disneyland’s ‘Storybook Land Canal Boats,’ a patent application has been published that hopes to reduce — if not eliminate — such injuries. The unfortunate aspect, however, is that the original filing date for the application, titled ‘Dynamic Roll/Pitch Stabilizer for Use During Loading and Unloading of Small Passenger Boats’ is February 12, 2013 — long before the recent ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ incidents.
Get down, get out and stay out! That’s just one of the lessons Timon and Pumbaa share to help students understand what to do in a fire emergency. From smoke alarms, fire escape plans and preventative measures such as not playing with matches, Timon and Pumbaa review their Safety Smart Checklist full of valuable and life-saving fire safety information.