Category Archives: Safety

A Must Have How-To Guide For 3M Reusable Respirator Maintenance

3M reusable respirators

Quality 3M reusable respirator maintenance is essential. 3M 6000 and 7000 series respirators must be inspected before each use to ensure good operating condition. The facepiece must be repaired or replaced if there are damaged or defective parts. The following inspection procedure is suggested: Check... Read More

Working at High Elevations? Know the Dangers of Falling Objects

Did you know that 241 people died on the job in 2012 from falling objects? That accounts for 5% of all workplace fatalities (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Dangers of Falling Objects A dropped object isn’t just an inconvenience. It can cause serious equipment damage,... Read More

Save Time with Disposable, Reusable Respirators from 3M

There are many types of respiratory hazards. Some of these can cause severe injury—or even death. Some cause chronic illnesses, such as silicosis. The best way to prevent illness and injury from breathing hazards? Get the right protection. Choosing the Right Level of Safety Protection... Read More

Little Giant Ladders – No Need to “Tie Off”

Now your employees don't need to tie off if they climb to heights over 6 ft. tall—thanks to the popular new aerial Cage ladder from Little Giant Ladder Systems. While OSHA requires you to be tied off if you are more than 6 feet off... Read More

MCR Safety Vests | Choosing the Right High-Visibility Apparel

Who Needs an MCR Safety Vest? All workers who are exposed to vehicle traffic, work vehicles, or construction equipment—including emergency responders—should wear high-visibility safety apparel that meets the Performance Class 2 or Class 3 requirements of ANSI/ISEA Standard 107. Why Use an MCR Safety Vest?... Read More

Understand the New Hexavalent Chromium OSHA Standard

Hexavalent Chromium: What It Is Hexavalent Chromium Cr(VI) is a metal particle that can occur naturally in rocks but is most commonly produced by industrial processes. It has the ability to gain electrons from other elements (a strong oxidizer), which means it can react easily... Read More

MCR Safety Cut Protection Gloves for Your Hands

Choosing the right cut protection for your hands can be a challenge.  Some gloves are too stiff, some are too warm—and some are simply not strong enough to protect your hands. “The goal with finding good cut protection is finding a glove or sleeve that... Read More

Does your Company Meet OSHA’s Dec. 1 Deadline for GHS Standards?

Beginning in April 2012, OSHA updated their Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of classifying and labeling chemicals. By December 1, 2013, all employers were required to train their employees on the key elements of GHS Standards—including... Read More

Keltech Emergency Shower & Eyewash Station Meets ANSI Standards

If you already have facilities like Keltech Emergency Shower & Eyewash Stations onsite, then you’ll want to check out the Keltech electric tankless water heaters.  Smaller and faster than traditional water heaters, they instantly deliver warm water at the perfect temperature—every time. ANSI Temperature Standards “ANSI requires... Read More

Check Out ANSI’s New Fall Protection Requirements

Contact Gary Porter for more information, or 913-261-2143. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2005, there were 735 fatalities involving falls in private industry and 255,750 non-fatal injuries. The new ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standard, ANSI Z359, increases fall protection... Read More

New Norgren Redundant Valve Manifold Offers Greater Safety, Reliability

Learn more about Norgren The new Norgren Redundant Valve Manifold (RVM) system reduces unplanned interruptions to production—and minimizes the health and safety risks of mechanical problems and system failures. “This technology is ideal for heavy industry, where downtime can cost as much as $1 million... Read More

FSG Lighting Technologies Cut Lighting Costs by up to 40%

Get a FREE FSG lighting audit Did you know that up to 90% of the cost of a lighting system is the energy usage?  By switching to newer, more energy-efficient lighting, you can save up to 40% of your energy costs. “There have been huge... Read More

Be Proactive — Get a PPE Hazard Assessment Today

When Todd Winters gets a call for a personal protective equipment (PPE) hazard assessment, it's usually because of an injury. “More often than not, a company is using the cheapest equipment possible,” said Winters, a Safety and Warehouse Equipment Group Product Specialist at IBT Industrial... Read More

Should You Regularly Schedule a Gas Monitor Calibration?

Portable and wall-mounted gas detection monitors are designed to measure toxic gases, flammable materials, and oxygen concentration in the air. They reduce worker exposure and ultimately save lives. Confined spaces are the most common application for portable gas monitors. Proper use and calibration of the... Read More

New Safety Data Sheets Are Here!

Beginning in 2013, you will start seeing new safety data sheets (SDS's) arrive in your chemical product shipments. By June 1, 2015, all manufacturers will be required by OSHA to include the new safety data sheets the first time they ship a chemical to a... Read More

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