Top Products of the WeekA safety app, industrial lighting options and hearing aids were the week’s top EHS- and health-related products posted on ISHN.com.

New version of Predictive Solutions’ SafetyNet App for iPhone and iPad now available

This latest version makes it even easier to conduct jobsite inspections and collect workplace safety observations

Predictive Solutions announced today that version 2.0 of the SafetyNet app is now available for download from the App Store. Since the release of the SafetyNet app for iPhone® and iPad® in 2011, customers have been using the app to easily upload inspection and observation data to SafetyNet – the leading workplace safety software for predicting and preventing workplace injuries.

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Larson Electronics releases a 20’ pneumatic light mast equipped with two 1,500 watt metal halide light fixtures

Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 20 foot pneumatic light mast equipped with two 1,500 watt metal halide lamps. The WAL-PLM-2X1500W-3G is a portable mini light tower that provides a safe and effective way for operators to quickly deploy 3000 watts of intense lighting to elevations up to twenty feet.

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Siemens introduces smart hearing aids

Siemens’ smart hearing aids, recently introduced at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, promise to make the world more accessible for many people who are deaf or have hearing loss. The new easyTek™ aids are more like sophisticated wearables than traditional aids.

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Nightstick® LED upgrade brings 50% brightness boost to two tactical flashlight models

TAC-360XL jumps from 350 to 500 lumens; TAC-460XL jumps from 525 to 800 lumens; All while size, pricing, weight and run-time remains the same

Selected Nightstick® flashlights are now available with significantly higher brightness due to an internal upgrade to a new series of CREE® LED emitters. As of now, the compact Nightstick TAC-360XL Xtreme Lumens™ Metal Tactical Flashlight produces 500 lumens (predecessor models produced 350 lumens) while maintaining a 1.5-hour run-time from 2 CR?123 lithium batteries (included). Its tight and narrow beam delivers a whopping 150-meter of usable light (over 492 feet) from this boosted brightness.

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