April 6, 2016

Learn how supply chains are transforming for future success and problem solve with other leaders in your industry in the Q&A session.

This was the second Airgas class in 2016, in which a total of 80 QSSPs were trained.

In 1996, when a training program was developed for sales and marketing personnel 
from personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers and distributors, nobody 
l ooked 20 years into the future. 

Kimberly-Clark Professional to Present Aerospace Maintenance Solutions at MRO Americas 2016 KCP
Kimberly-Clark Professional will present its innovative solutions for the aerospace 
maintenance industry at the 21st annual MRO Americas Conference & Exhibition 
presented by Penton's Aviation Week on April 5 - 7, 2016 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison 
Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. 
Recent changes to ANSI/ISEA Z308.1 are a holistic shift in our nation's approach to 
occupational injury preparedness.

The object that most impressed me in the Muller-Munk show was the V-Gard Safety 
Helmet  that is the subject of today's Daily Pic.

In today's work environment, let's not forget that hand injuries are the second leading 
cause of work-related injury-back and neck sprains and strains take first place. 

Tim Brannon will provide sales and support of 3M industrial products to 
Anderson & Vreeland customers, including abrasives, adhesives, tapes, safety 
and general MRO supplies.

Disposable Protective Apparel Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast
2016 - 2022 (Report available for purchase) Report

Increase safety for workforce by government for instance, offering safety to workers from hazardous particle, provide abrasion resistance, and barrier protection among others is 
expected to drive the demand for disposable protective apparel across the globe. 

The Pentagon envisions outfitting its troops with clothing that detects radiation 
or changes color, just a couple of the possible unions of technology and textiles 
that could be developed at a $317 million manufacturing hub announced Friday.

Several construction industry groups are petitioning a federal appeals court to review the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's new rule regulating silica dust exposure.

The OSHA mandatory standard specifies both eye protection and protective clothing 
for welders.

Raising the maximum fine 400 percent for failing to timely report a work-related severe 
injury and increasing the likelihood for on-site inspections of employers who report a 
serious injury are among changes reflected in  new guidance released by the Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration.

A new campaign, aimed at bringing workers to the forefront of the decision-making 
process when selecting personal protective equipment (PPE), has been launched by 3M. 
Alan McArthur, technical supervisor at the science-based technology company, explains 
why this is so important for a safer workplace.

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Send company events and important announcements to include in the MID to 
Lydia Baugh.   For more information on policy related questions please contact Dan Glucksman 
at 703-525-1695.

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