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From new dust collector hoppers to use in tight spaces to safety eyewear that fits most wearers “right out of the box,” here are the top products of the week as featured on ISHN.com:
Salisbury Electrical Safety announces its new product, the Salisbury by Honeywell Lift Front Hood. The Lift Front Hood is a revolutionary hybrid in arc flash head protection that promises to increase worker visibility, breathability and efficiency.
Honeywell Safety Products introduces North Brand Conspire and Relentless safety eyewear featuring exclusive new North Signature Fit Profile
Today, Honeywell Safety Products introduced two new styles of protective eyewear, Conspire and Relentless. Both feature the exclusive new North Signature Fit profile, specially designed to comfortably fit at least 85% of wearers right out of the box without the need for advanced adjustments.
Here are the top Product Innovations for the week from www.ISHN.com:
Honeywell Safety Products offers “Mold Remediation Overview” to advise hurricane cleanup workers on protection from mold exposure
Flood waters caused by hurricanes, rising rivers from torrential rains, and other natural disasters leave a wake of destruction. After the immediate cleanup, workers are left a major health hazard — mold.
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced today it is donating more than $600,000 in first responder products to aid in relief and recovery efforts in areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
The new Miller AirCore™ Harness from Honeywell Safety Products, combines comfort features with functional components. The most unique and innovative fall protection available, this full-body harness is designed for a worker’s ultimate comfort and safety.
At a press conference held yesterday afternoon at the National Safety Congress and Expo in Orlando, Mark Levy, president of Honeywell’s Life Safety Division, home of Honeywell Safety Products (including Salisbury, BW Technology, Sperian, and Norcross brands) said in response to a question that the U.S. economy maybe has recovered 50% from the depths of the Great Recession of just a few years ago.
Honeywell Safety Products will present free seminars across Canada in October to help safety professionals improve their hearing conservation programs and prevent noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).