Ergodyne has announced today the addition of a new XL-sized bump cap to its Skullerz® Head Protection offering. Now, workers of all head sizes can be protected from cranial bumps and bruises offered by the patented, state-of-the-art shell.
Elvex® Corporation, a leading provider of ARC Flash face protection safety products introduces the new ArcFit 14™ Face Shield. Offers, newly designed chin guard for better protection and increased head mobility compared to other competitive models.
MPS, Inc. has introduced a new, full catalog on the Centurion Safety Products, LLC, Head Protection Equipment. The new brochure features their Concept, Vision and Spectrum Hard Hats, along with their full line of Baseball Bump Caps.
When it comes to safety equipment, one size and style does not fit all. Women are making up growing numbers in the workforce, and Gateway Safety has launched a family of safety glasses that are designed to appeal to women in style, and provide a better fit than traditional options. Tailoring the design to improve the fit of safety eyewear helps protect women better, oftentimes reducing gaps and increasing coverage around the eyes, where hazards may exist.
The results of an electrical industry study over 10 years with 120,000 workers showed that there are about 125 electrical injuries per year with 77 percent of them arc flash injuries, 21 percent permanent disabilities and 2.4 percent fatalities.
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.