Quality is important when it comes to respiratory personal protection products. Even with the right fit, comfort level, certifications, and safety requirements met, if the quality of your respiratory PPE does not hold up, then it is not a product you should invest in or continue to use. Has it been certified by the appropriate regulatory body like the National
ST. PAUL, Minn. – If your crew works with silica, you've probably heard about OSHA's updated construction regulation that goes into effect starting mid-2017. However, you may not be clear on the details and what it means for your team. If you're a little confused or simply haven't had time to dig into the flurry of technical documents on the topic,
As training evolves, more and more people are looking to supplement their traditional training methods with virtual reality (VR) training modules. What are the benefits of virtual reality? Check out some of the benefits of VR in this blog we recently wrote. But, before you invest in VR, it is important to know that all VR is not created equal.
There is a clear difference between a mask and a respirator. Check out this technical bulletin, "Respirators and Surgical Masks: A Comparison” or hear more about it from the products themselves as an N95 Respirator walks into a bar to meet his old friend, Dust Mask (DM) and they compare and contrast their uses to each other. N95: Dust Mask, so good
In the United States, the new ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard for Dropped Objects Protection was approved on July 02, 2018, by the American National Standards Association. This standard was initially prepared by the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA), and passed earlier this year, in an effort to provide manufacturers of dropped objects equipment with guidance on testing and performance criteria. This
Communication is critical on construction sites. Whether for coordinating movement of materials or issuing warnings, it is important that workers be able to clearly communicate with each other. Audio devices (e.g. radios, cell phones) can help increase the speed and fidelity of communication between workers. While radios provide good voice communications between workers, there are some potential inherent problems: Half-duplex