Whether you’re a safety professional, Occupational Hygienist, someone with any level of WHS responsibility in the workplace, a user of safety equipment or a safety nerd, then this is the podcast for you!
How Much Do You Know About Common Painting and Coating Hazards in Metalworking & Heavy Manufacturing Industries and Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself?
Airborne particles and vapors, heat, noise, hazards from falling objects, working at height, and chemical contact are examples of hazards that workers may be exposed to during painting and coating operations.
Understanding the Hazards of Welding in Construction and the PPE Available
Learn more about PPE and other measures can be taken to protect those who engage in welding and grinding applications.
Need Help with Solutions for Silica, Respiratory, and Welding Hazards on Your Construction Site? Download Our Free eBook.
This comprehensive guide explores PPE options as well as engineering controls (physical workplace changes) and administrative work
practice controls that should be evaluated first to protect workers from silica hazards.
Manganese: A Welding Fume that may be a Threat to Construction Workers, Welders
Learn more about Manganese that is found in many welding processes in construction and what you can do to help protect workers from this hazard.
3M Personal Safety Divisions Introduces Latest Innovation in Respiratory Protection with All-New 3M™ Secure Click™ Respirator Platform
Learn more about this half facepiece respirator platform, offering next-generation breathability, comfort, and simplicity.
Examinetics to be a 3M Preferred Fit Test Service Provider in the United States
Together, 3M and Examinetics are helping U.S. employers and workers improve workplace safety, by helping to ensure that respirators are worn correctly and that respirator fit testing is performed to help achieve compliance.
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Get the information you need to help implement safety solutions tailored to your worksite.
Do You Have the Right Fall Protection Equipment for Leading and Sharp Edge Situations?
This article was originally published in February of 2020 in Modern Contractor Solutions magazine. Working at height can be a risky business. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “more than 1000 construction workers die every year while on the job.”i U.S. OSHA reported, “Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in construction. Falls cause one of every three construction worker deaths. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces.”ii That’s why many personal fall arrest systems rely on lifeline materials to perform in hazardous conditions where falls
Call for Submissions: 2022 3M PSD Occupational Health and Safety Scholarship Program
Learn more about the three scholarships in the amount of $5,000 each that will be awarded to outstanding students pursuing an education in a graduate occupational health and safety/industrial hygiene program at universities in the U.S.