Top products of the week
New fall protection, die safety blocks and respiratory protection for firefighters were among the safety products featured on ISHN.com this week.
“We’ve engineered the human risk element out of grinding.”
PATENT-PENDING SENSOR CONTROL SYSTEM “We’ve engineered the human risk element out of grinding.” Bureau of Labor Statistics – > Average hand injury claim: $6000.00 > Average worker’s comp claim: $7000.00 > Average severed tendon injury: $70,000.00 National Safety Council – > Laceration: $10,000.00 > Stitches: $2,000.00
Honeywell to showcase new first responder gear, SCBA, wireless threat monitors, firefighter empowerment programs at Fire Department Instructors Conference
New technologies, scholarship and assistance programs to be highlighted at booth #1610
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) will demonstrate its newest premier firefighter protection and detection solutions -- ranging from particulate-resistant turnout gear and improved breathing apparatus to software that helps fire departments better manage their assets and assigned inventory -- at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) to be held April 25-29 at the Indiana Convention Center.
FallTech®, an innovator and leader in Fall Protection Equipment for workers at heights has re-engineered and is launching an update to their work-duty harness, the Journeyman FLEX. “When re-engineering the Journeyman FLEX harness line we had to keep an eye on the attributes of the product that have made it a success with the American Worker – A tough harness at a good value”, said Jeff Shipley Director of Marketing.
CMC adds Harken Industrial’s breakthrough Winches and PowerSeat® Ascenders to their product line
CMC Rescue is excited to announce a new partnership with Harken Industrial as an official distributor of the company’s breakthrough Winches for rescue and rope access operations, and the PowerSeat Ascenders, ideal for work at height.
Stay Comfortable. Stay Protected.
With your comfort in mind, Mount Vernon FR has grown its collection of flex FR fabrics for increased mobility, now offering 10 FR fabrics with stretch.
Die safety blocks are called by many names: safety blocks, ram blocks, die blocks or prop blocks. Regardless of the term, die safety blocks all have the same purpose: provide protection to employees working in the die area from a free-falling upper die/slide.