Worldwide, millions of pregnant women wear face coverings at work, including the widely used N95 respirator with filtering face pieces or masks. The N95 respirator restricts normal airflow, so a woman may have to breathe harder while wearing it.
The Kimberly-Clark Professional KleenGuard A45 Liquid and Particle Protection Surface Prep and Paint Apparel are ideal for use in surface preparation and paint application areas where isocyanate1 and chromate dust protection is mandated.
OSHA has announced the preliminary Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2015. Patrick Kapust, deputy director of the agency’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented the Top 10 on the Expo floor as part of the 2015 NSC Congress & Expo, the world’s largest gathering of safety professionals.
3M™ organic vapor service life indicator cartridges 6000i Series can help give users added confidence in determining when to replace their cartridge
September 28, 2015
Using a respirator cartridge beyond its service life can endanger workers and lead to regulatory violations. 3M has launched a new line of organic vapor respirator cartridges with 3M™ Service Life Indicator technology, an end-of-service-life-indicator (ESLI) that, when used in appropriate environments, visually shows when users should change cartridges.
When your safety and your life depend on it, you need your equipment to fit properly. This is especially true in the workplace. Improper fit may prevent workers from performing their job duties safely and effectively.
For easier breathing and greater comfort, Gateway Safety offers the revolutionary PeakFit® disposable N95 particulate respirator. PeakFit is an exceptionally comfortable product for workers required to wear respiratory protection, designed to improve compliance through its unique design and custom fit features.
Based on popular demand, the Comfo Low Profile P100 is back and is available for sale! Crafted to provide a high level of protection, our easy-to-install Comfo Respirator Cartridges guard against a wide variety of contaminants.
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.