OSHA has cited Sabel Steel Service Inc. – based in Montgomery, Alabama – for exposing employees to amputation, fall, and other hazards at four of the company's facilities. The manufacturer faces $320,261 in penalties.
ASAP vertical lifeline is a temporary vertical lifeline designed for belaying and to protect against falls from height. It contains an ASAP mobile fall arrester, an ASAP'SORBER energy absorber, two OK TRIACT-LOCK carabiners, an ANNEAU open sling, an AXIS 11 mm rope with sewn termination, a weight, and a BUCKET bag. It is available in two lengths.
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.
Enter your best-of-the-best products or services in ISHN’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. The program will launch in October 2018 and entries will be accepted online at ISHN.com/awards through January 2019. Here’s how it works: • Enter up to four top products (must have launched on or after Jan. 1, 2018) • ISHN readers vote on their favorite products March 1 - April 30, 2019 • Winners will be announced the week of May 6, 2019.
Kee Safety, Inc., Buffalo, New York, announces the launch of its “Partnership Program” for installers of the company’s extensive range of fall protection systems and other safety products and systems. Examples include OSHA-compliant KeeGuard® rooftop railing systems and related safety products such as the enhanced new KeeLine® retractable lifeline and the company’s traditional ground-based railing systems built from Kee Klamp® steel and Kee Lite® aluminum fittings.
A full body harness that’s actually comfortable, emergency showers and eyewashes that you can use in winter weather and a device that eliminates static electricity. These were among the top occupational safety and health products featured on ISHN.com this week.
The American Society of Safety Engineers is offering a virtual symposium to help occupational safety and health professionals better understand the sweeping changes OSHA recently made to its final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection standards in relation to slip, trip and fall hazards. Read More