ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 is a standard that consists of design, testing, performance and labeling requirements for tool tethering systems and containers used to transport and secure tools and equipment at heights.
Released in Q3 of 2018, ANSI/ISEA 121-2018, American National Standard for Dropped Object Prevention Solutions, is the first standard of its type for dropped and falling objects prevention equipment – establishing minimum design, performance, and labeling requirements for product solutions and guidelines for testing.
Klein Tools and Tenacious Holdings, the parent company of Ergodyne, announced in September a major deal in which Klein Tools acquired Ergodyne. The “Tenacious Nation” will remain tenacious, with Ergodyne operating as a separate business unit at its St. Paul, MN headquarters and Tom Votel staying on as Ergodyne president.
Ergodyne released its new ProFlex® 230LTR Leather Knee Pads, built for protecting the long-term knee health of workers in trades like welding, construction, flooring, concrete work and more. The new addition provides an option previously unavailable in the safety gear manufacturer’s knee protection offering.
Ergodyne has announced today the addition of a new XL-sized bump cap to its Skullerz® Head Protection offering. Now, workers of all head sizes can be protected from cranial bumps and bruises offered by the patented, state-of-the-art shell.
Ergodyne has introduced today the next generation of its innovative shock absorbing tool lanyards. The newest Squids®products prevent struck-by object incidents below while protecting those tethering above.
Ergodyne has announced today a refresh to the prints within its Chill-Its® Line of Cooling products. Updated patterns include Stars and Stripes, Navy Western, Red Western, Camo, Flames, and – new for 2016 – Skulls The refreshed prints are available on the Chill-Its® Cooling Line of evaporative and absorptive products.
Among the articles in the March 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we feature a special report on musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and ways to prevent, we look at the 'fatal four' top causes of construction worker fatalities, read the Q&A with Robin Fleming, CEO of ANVL, about giving frontline workers a voice, and much more.