Want to plan out a full confined space solution without moving a single piece of physical equipment? The future is here.
The health effects associated with isocyanate exposure can include skin irritation, eye irritation, chest tightness and difficulty breathing; workers should use proper PPE.
This case study examines two different welding PPE configurations being tested and the outcomes at a major shipbuilding facility.
If you are not wearing a respirator, or have not been properly medically evaluated, trained or fitted and are using respiratory protection, there is still a chance you are breathing in welding fume.
There is mounting research that links strong workplace health and safety programs with less recordable injuries. This month’s ISHN magazine has an article “Welding a Stronger Workforce Takes Teamwork” by our own, Tom Reinholt, a Segment Marketer for Heavy Manufacturing in the US for the Personal Safety Division of 3M.
This article first appeared on ISHN.com on April 1, 2017 and is reprinted with permission.
This new option is not meant to replace conventional hands-on training or instruction by in-person trainers, but it can be a beneficial tool used to supplement traditional forms of training.
Are falls a concern to you or your workers? Do you regularly inspect walking-working surfaces, correct and guard against hazardous conditions? Are you committed to a safe working environment at your company?
While volcanic eruptions are rare, the impact can be severe not just on everything it touches, but on the people living near the volcano.
Find out more about the testing used to see if fluid penetrates surgical masks and respirators.