To minimize the potential for workplace injuries and illnesses, OSHA requires personal protective equipment (PPE) for all employees exposed to hazards. In today’s complex work environments, various types of PPE are needed to satisfy the regulations, which apply to physical, electrical, mechanical, chemical, radiological and other hazards.
MSA Safety Incorporated, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based global safety equipment manufacturer, will acquire United Kingdom-based Latchways plc, a provider of fall protection systems and solutions, for $16.85 per share, the companies announced today.
Equipment Today, the nationally recognized equipment magazine serving commercial construction contractors, has selected the optrel e684 autodarkening welding helmet as one of the favored new construction products of 2015!
National Safety Apparel (NSA), a leading manufacturer of safety apparel, has acquired the TECGEN® brand of technologically advanced safety apparel designed for use in a wide range of industries including petrochemical and electrical power, from INVISTA Ashburn Hill LLC.
Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM), an accredited provider of certifications for EHS professionals, has elected three health and safety professionals with experience in emergency response, oil and gas, and OSHA compliance to its board of directors.
Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC), a leading global manufacturer of dust, mist and fume collection equipment, reports that Christian Debus has been appointed as the new executive vice president in charge of worldwide operations.
Inc. magazine has named Kee Safety, Inc., a Buffalo, New York manufacturer of safety railing systems, to its prestigious list of the 2015 Top 5000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States.
Protective Industrial Products, Inc. (PIP) is pleased to announce it has recently broken ground on a multimillion dollar expansion of its PRI Industries, Inc. (PRI) manufacturing facility in Chaska, MN.