Despite all our best efforts and often those of the employees we train and advise - people have a problem with safety. It can be a hard topic to bring to life, and there’s a fine line between honesty and being accused of scaremongering.
Streamlight®, Inc. has introduced the Vantage® II helmet light, a low-profile, lightweight flashlight that attaches in seconds to slotted industrial hard hats. The new hands-free light, which is powered by a single lithium battery, delivers a powerful 350 lumens, and combines a safety taillight so industrial professionals can navigate or be followed in low light conditions.
Pelican Products, Inc.'s slimmest AAA safety certified flashlight - the Pelican 1975 LED penlight and its non-certified counterpart, the 1970 LED penlight. Engineered with an aluminum core and a nearly indestructible polymer shell, the 1975 LED penlight boasts multiple safety certifications for safe usage in nearly any environment.
Although emerging occupational safety and health products can help make your job easier and keep your workers safer, keeping up with new developments in the field can be challenging. ISHN helps you save time by gathering all of the OSH product information together and presenting it in the magazine and online in a quick and easy format.
The Fenix brand has successfully entered the major outdoor/military/law enforcement markets, and is sold to more than 100 countries and regions worldwide. With manufacturing based in Shenzhen, China, Fenix creates unique products in a company-owned facility, and exceeds industry standards with additional in-house testing protocols.
Ideally suited for a variety of industries - The Halo Light first of many PASS products being rolled out
January 28, 2014
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.
Among the articles in the October 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we answer questions on dangerous dusts, discuss respiratory protection programs and the risks and benefits of smoke tubes, and learn how to get creative with training programs.