Safer workplaces result in safer communities. Why? Because workers take safety practices learned on the job back home and into their communities. In Oak Ridge, once a year, an event is held to ensure safer communities by offering free safety training to anyone who registers. For the fourth consecutive year, the Oak Ridge Business Safety Partnership (ORBSP), partnering with numerous businesses and organizations will host Safety Fest TN, a week of safety classes, safety seminars, a safety expo, and a community safety forum – all free of charge.
Casella today introduced the next generation of its acclaimed Apex® personal sampling pump: the all-new Apex2 featuring Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity and supporting Airwave™ app. The first of its kind, the Apex2 empowers occupational hygiene professionals to remotely monitor multiple employees on an Android® mobile device from up to 75 feet away -- without interrupting the wearer or disrupting overall productivity.
SHOTHUNT™ is the new electronic hearing protector that performs two functions simultaneously: 1. Automatically dampens harmful sounds that exceed 82 dB ensuring optimal protection against acoustic shock such as gunshots and prolonged noise.
Mobile platform conveniently delivers personal safety best practices and education to workers
June 11, 2015
If your job requires wearing or specifying health and safety equipment, you have a convenient new resource with the 3M Safety Roadshow. 3M is hitting the road in its mobile training center – packed with personal protective equipment and industry experts – to deliver in-person education at work sites, industry events and distributor trade shows across the United States.
New dBadge2™ comes with Airwave™ app for Android and Apple devices
April 29, 2015
Aggressively positioning itself for leadership in the occupational health and safety marketplace, Casella CEL today introduced the new dBadge2™, the world's first shoulder mounted, cable-free Noise Dosimeter with Bluetooth 4.0 communications to Apple® or Android® mobile devices.
OSHA inspectors acting on a complaint found safety hazards at one N.J. company that led them to find safety hazards at an additional company. Both companies are located at 473 Ridge Road in Dayton, New Jersey, and have the same management, maintenance employees and safety departments.