Working Concepts, Inc, is a family owned small business in Oregon. They design, manufacture and market unique occupational safety products such as Ergokneel Handy Mats, Extreme Standing Mats, and Softknees No-strap Knee Pads.
OUTSIDE Magazine ranked Ergodyne the third Best Place to Work out of 100 top companies in America. Each year, OUTSIDE recognizes workplaces that help their employees achieve ideal work-life balance, encourage employees to lead an active lifestyle, and prioritize giving back to the community.
One-stop information resource for workplace hearing safety for use on Apple iPad®
November 16, 2015
Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a major concern of safety managers, affecting approximately 22 million U.S. workers and costing $242 million annually in workers’ compensation, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Firstly don't panic, no one invaded our mighty industries with advanced ground weaponry.
But it is fair to say that emergency tank showers are becoming more commonplace in oil, gas and chemical plants as a preferred choice for operators and specifiers, keen to simplify and reduce installation costs of emergency showers and eye wash stations.
ASSE attendees and ISHN readers award products in three separate PPE categories
November 12, 2015
Magid, a leading manufacturer and supplier of safety solutions and personal protective equipment (PPE), was recognized for new product innovation for the 3rd time in the ASSE Safety Attendee Choice and ISHN Reader’s Choice Awards. The products won in the Hi-Viz Hand Protection, Eye/Face Protection and FR Clothing categories.
Recognized for bringing jobs, growth and prosperity to the Romeoville community
November 12, 2015
Magid, a leading manufacturer and supplier of safety solutions and personal protective equipment (PPE), is pleased to accept the IEDA award from the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. With the win, Magid becomes the third business in the Romeoville area to receive the award in the last seven years.
Unintentional injuries are the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., following heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory disease and stroke*. To reduce injuries in the workplace, OSHA issues safety regulations that employers must satisfy.
Safety program provides individualized on-site electrical safety training & consultation
November 11, 2015
Energized equipment can be unpredictable. It doesn't have to be deadly. Creating a safe work environment requires building an electrical safety program. Effective programs are built on many moving parts, each requiring constant evaluation. Workers need continued education. Equipment requires testing. Systems must be measured against regulatory requirements.