Top products of the week
Foot protection for tough terrain, an up-close look at a safety training facility filled with real-world simulations and an affordable but functional welding helmet were among the top occupational safety and health products and services featured on ISHN.com this week.
Dok-Vu® software by Rite-Hite brings clarity and order to communicating and coordinating among managers, materials handlers, logistics and yard personnel
Traditional methods of coordinating logistics operations – spreadsheets, two-way radios, yard checks on foot, etc. – provide limited, outdated information and make communication difficult. These shortcomings can lead to frustrated customers and employees, slowed operations and risks to a company’s workforce, reputation and bottom line.
The LoggerMax offers comfort, protection and stability for long hours on the toughest terrain
Red Wing Shoe Company, a leader in safety footwear, has expanded its LoggerMax Collection with five new models – 217, 219, 2216, 2217 and 2219, all of which were designed, developed and assembled in Red Wing, Minnesota. Created with premium quality leather and trusted craftsmanship, Red Wing’s new LoggerMax boots are purpose-built for the logging industry and for those demanding a high-performing safety boot to tackle the outdoor elements.
ISHN recently visited Honeywell’s Industrial Life Safety Training Center/Customer Experience Center in Pasadena, TX, to get some first-hand fall protection training and updates on the company’s hearing protection and gas detection lines.
ESAB Welding & Cutting Products launched its new SAVAGE A40 automatic welding helmet at FABTECH 2019 in Chicago. Inspired by the radical SENTINEL™ A50, the new SAVAGE A40 automatic welding helmet provides ideal functionality for the occasional and professional welder at an attractive price.