Top products of the week
Fall protection innovations, new LED lights and disposable safety gloves are among this week’s top EHS-related products as featured on ISHN.com.
First and only sharp edge personal SRL with foot level tie-off
Capital Safety, home of the DBI-SALA® and PROTECTA® brands of fall protection equipment, is pleased to introduce the revolutionary new Nano-Lok™edge — the first personal self-retracting lifeline (SRL) engineered for both foot level tie-off and sharp edge applications.
Upgraded Werner Ladder top provides improved tool and accessory access; advanced Edge360™Bracing provides higher-level performance
WernerCo, the trusted leader in the manufacturing of professional and consumer ladders, today announces the availability of the redesigned 6200 Series Stepladders. Changes to this popular collection include an upgraded ladder top and enhanced bracing for overall performance.
With the cost of electricity rates rising more people are looking into LEDs to help lower their rates. Not only do they use less power, they also last longer than a regular halogen or incandescent light. They may seem a bit pricey at first, but the long term benefits are definitely worth the switch!
Cintas, the leader in first-aid and safety products, introduces a comprehensive disposable glove line with latex, nitrile and vinyl options from its private label brand, The Safety Director™. The single-use, natural rubber latex gloves are ideal for handling harsh chemicals, provide protection in wet and dry work environments and offer enhanced comfort and fit. Manufactured without the use of natural rubber, the nitrile and vinyl gloves are recommended for individuals with sensitivity to latex to improve comfort.
Ideally suited for a variety of industries - The Halo Light first of many PASS products being rolled out
ILLUMAGEAR, a Seattle-based company focused on improving individual safety in risky environments, is pleased to introduce The Halo LightÔ, a patented 360° personal active safety system (PASS) that attaches to any hard hat, producing a halo of light around the wearer, enabling him or her to see and be seen in all directions at all times.