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.
Learn more about PPE and other measures can be taken to protect those who engage in welding and grinding applications.
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.
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.
Learn more about what PPE and other measures that can be taken to protect those who engage in important welding and grinding applications.
This study demonstrated a statistically significant increase in welder productivity (as measured by weld wire applied), as well as positive welder assessments of comfort and improved weld quality, plus an opportunity to reduce the potential for eye injuries when welders used an integrated PPE respiratory PAPR system.
Standardization can help with establishing a unified corporate compliance program when it comes to health and safety across multiple job sites and locations.
Consider a PPE manufacturer who understands the local regulations to support employers in PPE selection as well as look for opportunities to help improve safety and compliance from site to site.
Workers should consider what tools they can use, respiratory protection, and other hygiene practices they should employ to help protect themselves from crystalline silica.
Working in confined spaces can be extremely dangerous. The good news is: many accidents and injuries can be avoided.