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Metal Production & Fabrication

Fogged-up Eyewear

ST. PAUL, Minn.  -  For workers in metalworking, oil and gas, construction, utilities, and other physically demanding environments, safety eyewear is designed to try to keep lenses clear of fog – even when workers are in hot and humid conditions or climate-controlled areas. For example, in the food industry when machinery and equipment must be washed down, a high amount

Go Ahead, Welders: Embrace Movember

Sick of shaving? The right respirator means you don't have to give up the scruff. ST. PAUL, Minn. - Leaves aren't the only thing changing as temperatures drop across the country. As the landscape is draped in hues of red and gold, men are pulling out their favorite flannels and growing facial hair in full force for fall, winter, Movember and other

Have You Considered the Possible Benefits of PPE Standardization?

Selecting personal protective equipment (PPE) can be a daunting experience to some. Does the PPE meet regulatory requirements? How much does it cost? What are the overall benefits? Will it help protect workers from short and long-term hazards? But there are other considerations that health and safety managers, leadership and end-users should take into account when deciding what PPE is

Let's Learn More About How to Evaluate Respiratory Protection Choices

Wearing a respirator, whether by choice or because of the requirements of your job, is about protection. There are also other considerations that go into choosing what type of respirator you end up using. Protection, fit, comfort, quality and durability – these are all key criteria that should be considered. Whether you are an expert in making these decisions or

OH&S Magazine Spotlight: Addressing Confined Spaces and Heat Stress Concerns

Working in confined spaces can be extremely dangerous. There are many different hazards and risks that may exist. For instance, workers may be exposed to mechanical and atmospheric hazards. In certain situations, the temperature cannot be controlled and workers can be exposed to conditions that can cause heat stress. The good thing is, many accidents and injuries can be avoided

Some Tips for Selecting a New Heavy-Duty Welding Helmet

Heavy-duty welders working at high amperages have specific needs. They want personal protective equipment (PPE) that offers: Good protection against radiation Clear visibility of the welding spot Effective respiratory protection capabilities Comfortable to wear Protection against welding spatter and grinding sparks Based on these needs, heavy-duty welders should look for an integrated helmet system that has the following features: An

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