In This Issue
  • ISEA Adds Additional QSSP Class to Meet Demand

ISEA has added an additional Qualified Safety Sales Professional (QSSP) class in 2017, meeting industry demands of safety sales and marketing professionals seeking to become QSSPs.


Kappler Suits Up at Golden Globes

"We appreciate NBCUniversal for shining the spotlight on Kappler protective apparel for a Hollywood-style, light-hearted moment," said Dennis Sanders, Kappler vice president of 
sales and marketing.


Under the final rule, the 8-hour PEL decreases to 0.2 micrograms of beryllium per cubic 
meter of air from the previous limit of 2.0 micrograms. The rule also sets a short-term 
exposure limit of 2.0 micrograms of beryllium per cubic meter of air over a sampling period 
of 15 minutes.

Starting Jan. 1, the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division's (Oregon OSHA) 
10-foot trigger height, the minimum height at which workers must be protected from falls, 
will lower to six feet.

Now, new regulations will further complicate compliance efforts.  Proposition 65 requires 
that the warning be "clear and reasonable," but it does not state what constitutes a "clear" 
or "reasonable" warning, and does not state how the warning should be provided. 

For more information on policy related topics, contact ISEA's Government Relations Director
Dan Glucksman  at 703-525-1695.


A new polymer-based transistor can in fact be stretched to twice its length without affecting conductivity levels, potentially paving way for a new range of wearable sensor technology 
devices embedded into textiles and clothing.


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

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The Information provided in the Market Intelligence Digest (MID) also includes information derived from various third parties which may not be endorsed or supported by the ISEA, and does not necessarily reflect any policies, procedures, standards or guidelines of the ISEA, it mainly serves as a means to inform readers. Whilst the Information and the third party Information contained in the MID have been presented with all due care, the ISEA does not warrant or represent that the Information or the third party Information are free from errors or omissions.

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