Now On-Demand Attendees will learn about flash fire hazards and protecting employees against, the flash fire hazard in the workplace. Consequences of flash fire are examined, with emphasis on the importance of utilizing garments certified for the hazard. Discussion will center on analyzing the difference between laboratory testing and real world performance to better assess the risk and the proper interpretation of test results so to better understand what type of garments to specify. Focus on why specifying NFPA 2112 certified garments are important to you as a safety professional beyond compliance with OSHA will be covered. In closing we will review the steps for instituting or upgrading an FR clothing program, including comfort, value, employee acceptance, proper use and laundering. Read More
Now On-Demand The majority of dusts generated in industrial processes are combustible, placing thousands of facilities at risk for a dust explosion. How do you minimize risks in your facility? A Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) provides a systematic method for assessing hazards and determining action steps needed, and it is required under NFPA 654: Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing, Processing, and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids. Read More
Now On-Demand ISHN Webinar Week participants who observe Mechanix Wear’s presentation will gain a great deal of knowledge, not only about the evolution of hand safety and advancements in protection, but the advantages of implementing the right kind of hand protection that reduces work related hand injuries and improves productivity and efficiency.
On Demand This webinar will review how General Motors' Sustainability initiatives are being leveraged to improve the community and the environment, create efficient energy programs, improve sustainability tracking, impact on processes and overall reporting and improve overall social, environmental and corporate sustainability.
On Demand Attendees of this webinar will gain knowledge of hazards and appropriate PPE for welding applications, regulatory drivers that are changing the landscape of PPE within welding applications and the latest product technologies being offered in welding PPE.
On Demand This presentation will cover why a safe workplace equates to good business, why keeping workers truly safe from hazardous gases requires a complete gas detection program, and how your investment can ensure an ROI to your overall business.
Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is a physical agent, but is not homogeneous. The physics, health effects and assessment methods differ over different regions of the EMR spectrum in the occupational environment. Examples of the sources of occupational exposure include radar systems, radio and TV broadcast systems, radiofrequency diathermy, dielectric heaters and sealers and communication equipment.
On Demand Bulwark Protective Apparel invites you to learn the FR basics and work place hazards relating to flash fire and electrical arc events. What is a flash fire? What is the difference between primary and secondary flame-resistant clothing? What does inherent mean? What is combustible dust?
Graphic Products, Inc. will host Site Sign and Label Master-planning, a free webinar for facility managers, safety managers, operations managers, safety supervisors and other safety professionals on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 10 am Pacific time/1 pm Eastern Time.
On demand In this exclusive online webinar, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Product Manager Bill Gardner and an industrial heat stress specialist will discuss the dangers of heat stress in a welding environment and how to mitigate them through the use of heat stress control plans and proper cooling equipment. This webinar is a must-attend for any company that has welding in their operations.