Help reduce combustible dust explosions

Combustible materials can burn quickly. When in dust form, some can explode when suspended in the air in certain concentrations and under the right circumstances.A wide variety of materials can be explosive in dust form. Some of these materials...Read Full Article

NIOSH's new testing tool could help improve protective clothing

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recently announced that it will use sweating thermal manikins in research aimed to improve protective clothing worn by workers at risk of heat stress. This new testing tool will be...Read Full Article

Prevention programs have big impact on small businesses

According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), simple and affordable injury and illness prevention programs have proven to achieve results while lowering costs for small businesses. "Safety is good business. An effective...Read Full Article

Windsocks are a simple solution when wind direction matters

In some industries, safety depends on knowing the direction of the wind. With this windsock, employers can help make workers aware of the wind’s direction by providing this basic but effective tool. Affordably priced and constructed to...Read Full Article

NIOSH issues alert on the risks of workplace dampness

An alert published by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) offers insight into the connections between respiratory diseases and dampness in office buildings, schools, and other nonindustrial workplaces. The alert,...Read Full Article

Miller® by Honeywell harness and lanyard – a winning combination

For comfortable, effective fall protection, employers can’t beat the Miller® by Honeywell fall protection harness and shock absorbing lanyard combination. The single unit has all the features workers need for superior safety, and it...Read Full Article

Hazard classification under the Globally Harmonized System (GHS)

The new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulation 29 CFR 1910.1200 requires that by 2015 industries in the United States implement the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). A key...Read Full Article

Quality, affordable NS® industrial grade disposable latex gloves

Protect workers with hand protection that provides a snug fit and is affordable. NS® Disposable Latex Gloves offer extra tactile sensitivity for workers who complete delicate tasks. These gloves are lightly powdered and feature a beaded cuff...Read Full Article

Ansell HyFlex® Lightweight Dyneema® gloves provide all-day comfort

Give workers gloves that naturally mold to the hands - Ansell HyFlex® Lightweight Dyneema® Gloves. This hand protection combines safety and comfort, making it easier for workers to handle small, sharp parts. The lightweight and ergonomic...Read Full Article

Showa® Best® disposable nitrile gloves offer snug fit and excellent grip

When workers need quality, powder-free nitrile gloves at a great price, rely on Showa® Best® dsposable nitrile gloves. These gloves have a 4 mil thickness or reliable protection and feature a pebbled texture for a superb grip. The 9 1/2"...Read Full Article

Protect boatyard and shipyard workers using aerial lifts

Aerial lifts are often used in boatyards and shipyards, especially in work areas where constructing support platforms or scaffolding is impractical. Boom-supported personnel platforms and bucket trucks can be dangerous and workers risk falls,...Read Full Article

Maintain safety when working on ladders

Employees face many dangers when they working on ladders. Companies that hire workers to complete projects that involve alteration, construction, decorating, demolition, repair, or painting must follow safety regulations established by the...Read Full Article

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