Eyewash stations, FR fabrics and safety signs that don’t damage were among the top products featured on ISHN.com this week.

Westex by Milliken

Are your workers protected?

August 2, 2018

Low-quality, generic fabrics are often hidden behind a trusted garment label. The scary truth is not all flame resistant (FR) fabrics perform the same and you don’t want to find out if yours is one of them in an unfortunate incident.

Damage Free Sign Labels for Industrial Use from Avery

Sign labels that can be printed with laser or ink jet printers in minutes and removed cleanly from most surfaces serve to notify, instruct, and even protect personnel in just about every area in a facility

August 2, 2018

Throughout industrial plants and warehouses, signs are posted virtually everywhere from the production floor and inside the warehouse to staff offices, conference rooms and even the break room. In most facilities, there is virtually no room or area spared from these notifications, instructions or warnings, whether informal or mandated by law.


MAXBLUE™ lens technology blocks 41% of ISO 12312-1 blue light, yet allows 88% of visible light to pass through

August 2, 2018

There are many jobs that demand the use of hand held devices, RF scanners, or other portable devices. All of these devices emit blue light which has been known to cause eye fatigue, headaches, and migraines.

The new Pilz PROBms, robot measurement system

New force and pressure measurement system, PROBms, guarantees the standard-compliant safety of human robot collaboration (HRC)

August 1, 2018

With the new rental-based force and pressure measurement system, PROBms, Pilz now offers a complete package for validation of human-robot collaborations (HRC) in accordance with ISO/TS 15066. So the limit values for force or pressure of the robot movement, as specified by the ISO/TS, can now be measured precisely and, therefore, validated using PROBms.

Survey reveals safety managers’ confidence with workplace eyewash stations

August 1, 2018

From small particles like sawdust and cement chips to chemicals that cause burns, there are numerous workplace hazards that pose a risk to employees’ eyes. A survey conducted among 124 safety professionals at the 2018 ASSP Professional Development Conference, June 3-6 in San Antonio, Texas, reveals whether businesses are prepared for these difficult-to-avoid eye injuries.