The Safety Equipment Institute (SEI) has announced that the first certifications have been issued to the new NFPA criteria for fire service Thermal Imagers, NFPA 1801, Standard on Thermal Imagers for the Fire Service, 2013 Edition. The revised NFPA 1801 standard was issued by the NFPA Standards Council on May 29, 2012, with an effective date of June18, 2012.
Pelican Products, Inc., the leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance protective case solutions and advanced portable lighting systems, today announced the acquisition of Minnesota Thermal Science (MTS), the industry leader in global temperature controlled transportation products. Based in Plymouth, Minnesota, MTS will merge with Pelican’s already established BioPharma™ division.
OSHA has cited Adams Thermal Systems Inc. in Canton with 51 safety and health violations following a February inspection prompted by a complaint alleging multiple concerns at the coolant core manufacturing facility. Proposed penalties total $225,000.
The National Fire Protection Association has issued a safety alert on self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) facepiece lenses, recommending that fire departments, fire academies, and emergency service organizations inspect all lenses before and after each use.
Ergodyne's ProFlex® 925F(x)OD Thermal Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves with OutDry® provide the best five-finger defense against Mother Nature's harshest while delivering unbeatable back-of-the-hand protection for any oil industry application -- even the coldest, wettest endeavors.
Ergodyne announced today an expansion to the CORE Performance Work Wear® line, with the addition of the new 6470 Thermal Bibs. This new addition marks the continued development of the outer-layer series in the CORE Performance Work Wear® product line.
Ergodyne today announced the safety-industry exclusive addition of three ProFlex® Gloves utilizing revolutionary OutDry® waterproofing technology. Simply put, OutDry® offers the most advanced waterproof/windproof breathable technology on the market today.
Among the articles in the April 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we get some expert advice on how to strengthen safety by emphasizing equipment reliability, discuss the methods that really work to identify hazards, consider ergonomic options in the materials handling industry, and much more.