Fall prevention, machine safety combustible dust and dangerous gases were the focus of the innovative new occupational safety and health products featured on ISHN.com this week.
Announcing new leading edge fall protection solutions from MSA. The new V-EDGE series from MSA simplifies SRL selection for workers as they are designed specifically for overhead and foot-level tie off – and where leading edge hazards are a concern.
Meets ANSI leading edge requirements
Making fall protection product selection simple, the MSA V-EDGE series of self-retracting lifelines (SRLs) can be used in a variety of applications—from overhead to foot-level tie off points and where sharp edges are a concern.
OSHA 29 CFR SubPart O 1910.215 for bench grinders is one of the most frequently cited machine-safety standards for violations during OSHA inspections, and one of the most dangerous to ignore. OSHA 1910.215 is a "machine specific" (vertical) regulation with a number of requirements, which if left unchecked, are often cited by OSHA as violations. ANSI B11.9-2010 (Grinders) and ANSI B7.1 2000 (Abrasive Wheels) also apply.
Faztek, LLC is excited to announce the launch of metal detectable 1/8” ABS plastic. This material is intended to be used when guarding light duty hazard locations in the food or pharmaceutical industries where an all metal guard would traditionally be required. Following the current industry practice of using a highly visual material, guards in this material are available in blue only.
As a Distributor for SonicAire, we are proud to announce the new SA-XD2 Fan. We have been pleased with the previous fans that our customers appreciate in their Class I, Div 1 locations and our other customers in Class II, Division 2 locations have been patiently waiting for the release of this new fan. It is designed for highly hazardous environments that have ignitable fibers and handle heavier combustible particles.
Honeywell’s new connected, wearable detector enhances safety for workers in dangerous confined spaces
Honeywell BW™ Ultra detector features Bluetooth connectivity, intelligent data management and best-in-class user interface
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today launched a new connected portable gas detector designed to keep workers safe in dangerous confined spaces while featuring a simple and easy to use design. The new Honeywell BW™ Ultra monitors up to five different gases simultaneously, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), while leveraging Bluetooth connectivity to allow safety managers to collect and track valuable data.