Gateway Safety Supplies Broadening Line of Safety Glasses for Women, Providing Better Options to Fit the Female Profile
This issue is a particular concern in the construction industry and is easily among the top five hazards on any site, says Nate Bohmbach, senior project manager at Ergodyne in St. Paul, Minn. In the United States, struck by objects - which include objects falling from heights - are responsible for 10.1 per cent of deaths in the construction industry, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Each year, more than 2,000 people are treated for burns and injuries from electrical arc flashes.
DSM Dyneema and ATG announced a cooperative agreement to combine technology platforms using Dyneema Diamond Technology for workplace hand protection.
Ansell, a global leader in protection solutions, has been awarded a 2015 "Excellence in Surgical Product (ESP) Award" in the Apparel Category. The first place win recognizes the technology innovation of its GAMMEX Non-Latex Sensitive surgical gloves.
To help encourage safety at work, Magid has created a new infographic that helps safety managers and workers discover common work-related injuries, costs and prevention options.
Air Liquide has reached an agreement to acquire Airgas, Inc. in a game-changing combination that strengthens Air Liquide's global leadership position, offers new opportunities to Airgas' customers and delivers significant value to shareholders.
U.S. employers face complex challenges ranging from the estimated $263 billion economic burden of worker injuries and illnesses to a rapidly changing workforce and the costly consequences of work-related stress and chronic disease management.
The major challenge in managing cardiac arrest in a
on the fireground is not only the environment but the mass of equipment-personal protective equipment (PPE) and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)-that a firefighter wears.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published NEMA ABP 10-2015 Arc Flash Analysis-Utility System Parameters Critical for Accurate PPE.
Why do some safety programs create real change within their organizations, when others don't seem to make a significant difference? Often, the answer is effective employee involvement.