Workers should consider what tools they can use, respiratory protection, and other hygiene practices they should employ to help protect themselves from crystalline silica.
OH&S Magazine Confined Space Feature: Addressing Heat Stress Concerns
Working in confined spaces can be extremely dangerous. The good news is: many accidents and injuries can be avoided.
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Steps to Help Protect Yourself from the Hazards of Wood Dust
Employers and safety managers must consider the importance of control measures, including using dust-reducing abrasive tools as well as respiratory protection, when necessary.
The Value of Advancing Workplace Safety and Health
Read our whitepaper to learn more about how investment in the safety and health of your workforce has appreciable benefits for workers, communities, businesses, and economies.
Case Study: Green Bay, WI Metro Fire Department and 3M™ PELTOR™ Electronic Earplugs
Read more about how this fire department discovered a hearing protection solution to help their teams communicate and coordinate during noisy events such as Green Bay Packer games and live music concerts.
Hurricanes: Be Prepared with Your Respiratory Protection Ahead of Time
Meeting respiratory protection needs when a hurricane hits – inspection, restocking, respiratory protection program.
Beat the Heat: Identifying and Preventing Heat Stress
Now that summer is in full swing, heat stress can be a major concern in workplace environments. Consider what preventative actions to take to help protect outdoor workers.
Two-Handed or One-Handed Earplug Insertion? Consult Your User Instructions.
Learn more about the innovative earplugs that now allow you to insert them both ways.
Using Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD) in Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) Situations
Understand why many industries have EEBD strategically located in areas where hazardous conditions may suddenly occur and when breathing air is needed for immediate escape.