Introducing, the first to market 100% made in USA Rx Safety frame by OnGuard® Industrial Safety Eyewear. Available in 4 attractive non-conductive metal free styles that are 100% made from USA materials and molded and assembled by a US employee right here in our home state of Massachusetts. Style features include comfort fit temples made of soft touch material providing added grip and superior comfort, a replaceable bridge that maximizes comfort and extends product life, available with a full seal option as well.
Lion Technology Inc., a leader in regulatory compliance training for 40+ years, recently launched of a suite of consulting services to empower industry professionals to achieve more with their environmental and hazardous materials compliance efforts.
“Now, industry professionals can leverage our regulatory expertise to optimize their time and focus on creating value for their organizations,” says Lion President Tammy Kent.
State of the art laboratories allow future expansion to meet increased demand for combustible dust testing and other process safety testing services
July 16, 2019
Vahid Ebadat, CEO, Stonehouse Process Safety (Stonehouse) today announced that Stonehouse has moved into expanded corporate headquarters located in Lawrenceville, NJ. The new expanded testing laboratories will allow Stonehouse to meet increased demand for combustible dust testing and other process safety testing services. Stonehouse provides expert process safety consulting, testing, training and litigation support services in the specialist areas of dust flash fires & explosions, NFPA 652 dust hazard analysis (DHA), gas & vapor flammability, electrostatic hazards and self-heating/thermal decomposition.
While consumers participate enthusiastically in Prime Day, a sales bonanza staged each year by Amazon, the company’s workers regard it with something less than enthusiasm.
The $5 billion in sales the world’s biggest online retailer is predicted to generate over the 2-day event is expected to exacerbate what are alleged to be already stressful conditions for the company’s employees.
Ergodyne announced a major addition to their Skullerz® lineup of personal protective equipment with the launch of their new hard hats, available in both full-brim or cap style and Class C or Class E protection. This line of hard hats is a first for the company.
OSHA is urging vigilance among employers and employees to address the types of workplace hazards that tend to peak in the summer months.
Hazards related to heat exposure, falls, trenching and excavation, struck-by objects and vehicles, electrical safety, workplace violence, grain bin engulfment and other risks in agricultural operations have been at their highest in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska in July, August, and September in the past three years.
Regardless of where you work and how many employees the company has, the environment almost certainly has visual cues that help people spot and avoid dangerous things. That's because OSHA provides approved colors to use around workplaces to designate hazards. Learning about them could help you bring more visual organization to an area and keep workers safer.
The Four Seasons Hotel Houston is not just a luxury hotel that includes premiere restaurants, a health club and spa and, of course, guest rooms. It is also the first hotel to be federally certified VPP Star – a milestone in the hospitality industry. It accomplished that status through a combination of creative activities (i.e. “VPP Jeopardy,” an improved Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2), and the creation of an Injury Prevention Committee.
Safety professionals know how it's necessary to take an all-encompassing look at how to keep workers productive and out of harm's way.
For example, those employees might need personal protective equipment, but they also require training that teaches them how to do their jobs without encountering unnecessarily dangerous situations.
In short, overlooking one aspect of worker safety could make all the other components of a program useless.