When I look at the landscape of health and safety today in the U.S. and globally, it reminds me of a Henry Ford quote I heard long ago — “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.”
Safety Big Data sets can be used to predict workplace injuries with accuracy rates as high as 80-90 percent, according to a white paper based on research conducted in collaboration with a team from Carnegie Mellon University, one of the leading institutions in the field of Big Data analytics.
Did you ever experience a synthetic fabric melting on your skin due to a fire? It’s not fun. I had the experience once. Fortunately only my hand and wrist were burned, but I guarantee you, I don’t want to try it again.
We still don’t have the settings right and we need to get this filling machine running yesterday.” The lead technician yells out as if someone was there listening, but he’s working alone. Steven, a line mechanic with more than 25 years’ experience has seen this problem before, but this time it’s more difficult to identify the root cause and fix.
Labelmaster has partnered with the American Coatings Association (ACA) to offer Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS®) labels to help companies comply with OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication
PIP has launched two new lines of cut protection gloves. PIP and DSM Dyneema® have partnered together to launch a comprehensive line of cut-resistant gloves that use the new Dyneema® Diamond Fiber Technology.