ISEA – the International Safety Equipment Association – is moving forward with a connected worker task group of member companies -- all safety equipment manufacturers -- to decide what actions are needed to ensure and advance safety in the broad, rapidly expanding field of connected worker devices.
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.
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) has announced two new online training programs for safety sales and marketing professionals. The new courses are part of ISEA’s strategic initiative to provide quality professional development programs to broaden knowledge and competency in occupational health and safety.
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) announced that Charles D. Johnson became its new president, effective August 1, 2017. Mr. Johnson succeeds Daniel K. Shipp, who retires after serving as the association’s president since 1993.
It has been brought to International Safety Equipment Association’s (ISEA) attention that ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2014 American National Standard – Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies contains a measurement conversion error with respect to the US measurement for minimum application for antibiotic and antiseptic supplies.
Revised World Health Organization (WHO) technical specifications for personal protective equipment (PPE) selection add an important dimension by including performance standards to PPE selection guidelines, according to the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA).
Brian Lyons, vice president-sales and marketing of International Enviroguard, Mesquite.Tex., was elected Chairman of the ISEA Board of Trustees at the association’s annual Executive Summit in Dana Point, Calif. Robert A. “Bob” Weber, CIH, global quality and regulatory affairs manager of 3M Company’s Personal Safety Division was elected Vice Chairman.