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The revenue of the total above-the-neck personal protective equipment (PPE) market has steadily regained lost ground since 2010 due to the slow revitalization of US industrial sectors and greater expectations of safety assurances from their employers from the incoming generation of workers.
The purpose of this NIOSH Science Blog is to explain what is currently known about an important aspect of respirator filtration. For decades, respirator researchers have been asked whether filters need to be tested with aerosols similar to those encountered in the environment
Radians®, Inc., a leading manufacturer of quality personal protective equipment (PPE), recently announced that Russell Silver has joined the company as Vice President of Industrial Sales, reporting to Radians’ President Bill England.
Hand protection that takes cut resistance to the next level and respiratory protection that welders can take to a level of 10,000 feet were among the top EHS-related products featured on ISHN.com this week:
Radians®, Inc., a leading manufacturer of quality personal protective equipment (PPE), is moving from Sparks, Nevada, to a new 40,000 square foot facility in Reno, Nevada, thereby tripling the amount of their warehouse space.
Radians, Inc., (www.Radians.com) announced recently that Kevin Kairys and Bryan Reed have joined the firm as Regional Sales Managers to further service and develop Radians’ growing portfolio of regional and national accounts.
Radians is now manufacturing their Made in the USA foam earplug series at their corporate headquarters in Memphis, TN. The new 5200 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is under the leadership of Dennis Pellerin, an industry expert in foam plug hearing protection for over 24 years.
Hearing protection that enables communication in noisy NASCAR environments, cutomizable respiratory protection and new cut resistant gloves were the top EHS-related products featured on ISHN.com this week.
3M announces a collaborative effort with Racing Electronics that has resulted in a newly designed, two-way communications headset. Roush Fenway Racing and the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion driven by Greg Biffle were the first to use the new communications headset in NASCAR racing action at the Daytona International Speedway Feb. 15-23. Ideally suited for the racetrack, the headset will help improve sound clarity between racecar drivers and their crews.