A spring-loaded scalpel knife, a cable-based fall protection system and eyewear to ease computer vision strain were among the occupational safety and health products featured on ISHN.com this week.
SafeVision®, LLC, an innovator in prescription safety eyewear and corporate eyewear programs, is filling an industry void with the introduction of prescription safety computer eyewear.
MSA’s Integrated Thermal Imaging Camera now approved and shipping
Global safety equipment manufacturer MSA Safety Incorporated (NYSE: MSA) today announced that its breakthrough G1 Integrated Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC), which gives fire departments the opportunity to cost-effectively equip every firefighter with thermal imaging technology, has received third party certification as compliant to the 2013 Edition of the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 1981 performance standards.
The safety knife Company has designed a scalpel knife designed for intricate knife applications. The ReAkta Scalpel is a spring-loaded retractable knife that can be fitted with a wide variety of scalpel blades.
AutomationDirect’s line of Stride Managed Industrial Ethernet Switches now offers even more connectivity choices for Ethernet applications. Stride managed switches allow networks to be configured/managed to assure the highest performance and security levels.
As OSHA changes the rules of climbing, MSA changes the way utilities approach worker fall protection
This month, Electrical Solutions (es-pub.com) is putting the spotlight on MSA Latchways® cable-based fall protection system. As a total fall protection solution, MSA's vertical lifeline system comes in response to new and revised OSHA fall and arc-flash protective standards and PPE (personal protective equipment) requirements.
Non-contact Magnetic Safety Switches monitor safety guards, movable barrier guards, and perimeter guard access doors in high risk areas
Rockford Systems, LLC., a premier provider of machine safeguarding products and services, is bringing added safety to the factory floor with a new line of non-contact magnetic switches that ensure a machine's chip deflection shield is properly positioned between the operator and machine's point of operation hazard while running. Chips are very sharp and can cause serious, sudden injuries to the operator without the shield in place.