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The safety technology area has information for protecting workers directly with personal protection equipment and indirectly with interlocks, light curtains, machine guards, barriers, safety curtains, sensors, and ventilation systems.

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Breathable air from your existing air compressor

July 30, 2015

Martech Services Co. offers its Quality Air Breathing Systems to help users comply with the OSHA requirements for grade D breathable air. When placed near the point of use, the system works with the existing compressed air supply. The four-stage filtration filters the air, and the on-board...

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Trapped key interlocks prevent lockout/tagout circumvention

July 20, 2015

KIRK® trapped key interlocks enhance lockout/tagout to help ensure energy-isolation procedures cannot be circumvented. A written lockout/tagout procedure is used to document the steps to isolate the hazardous energy source. The trapped key interlocks can aid in isolating the energy source, and the...

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How employees drive a safe work environment

July 20, 2015

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The Dupps Co., Germantown, Ohio, is a fabricator of heavy-duty processing equipment that has managed to post 2 million work hours without a lost-time accident. For its outstanding safety record, the company was named the recipient of FMA's 2015 Rusty Demeules Award for Safety Excellence.

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Palm dip glove offers ANSI cut level 5 protection

July 14, 2015

Wells Lamont Industrial has introduced an ANSI cut level 5 palm dip glove with the FlexTech™ Y9216. It offers protection for applications such as metal fabrication, metal handling, metal stamping, automotive manufacturing, recycling and salvage, and HVAC. The palm is dipped in a sandy nitrile...

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Device tests flashback arresters

July 6, 2015

Witt-Gasetechnik offers stainless steel FBA testing device 722 for testing gas system flashback arresters and gas nonreturn valves up to the DN50 flange size. The device performs four different tests: leak-tightness, safety against reverse gas flow, functionality of the pressure-controlled...

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Kemper launches website

July 1, 2015

Kemper GmbH, a manufacturer of extraction and filter systems for the metal processing industry based in Vreden, Germany, has launched an information platform at www.safe-welding.com. Targeted to welders and their employers, the website focuses on hazards that exist in welding and how to prevent...

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Camo patterns added to eyewear series

June 30, 2015

Ergodyne has announced the availability of two new Kryptek® camo patterns to its Skullerz® eyewear series. The Highlander™ camo pattern is available on the Odin and Dagr safety glasses. The Typhon™ camo pattern is available on the Thor safety...

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PAPR system added to ADF welding helmet

June 26, 2015

The e3000 PAPR system from Optrel Inc. now is available with its e684 welding helmet with autodarkening filter (ADF). The helmet features Adaptive Shade Autopilot technology, which automatically adjusts the ADF to the appropriate shade level between 5 and 13 during welding. As the intensity of...

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Walter Surface Technologies meets GHS compliancy in U.S., Mexico

June 23, 2015

Walter Surface Technologies, Windsor, Conn., has announced that its chemical products, including its Bio-Circle environmental solutions line, are compliant with OSHA’s Global Harmonized System (GHS) in the U.S. and Mexico. GHS legislation, created by the United Nations, is a standardization of...

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Fabricated Products Inc. reaches 1.5 million safe hours

June 19, 2015

Fabricated Products Inc. (FPI), a wholly owned subsidiary of The Doe Run Co., has achieved 1.5 million hours without a lost-time accident. This milestone, reached in May 2015, represents more than 16 years of safe work at its Casa Grande, Ariz., facility and 10 years of safe work at its Vancouver,...

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Ergodyne to host 18th annual golf tournament to benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

June 18, 2015

Safety products provider Ergodyne, St. Paul, Minn., will host its 18th annual 65 Roses Golf Classic: A Tenacious Tournament™ at the Legends Golf Club in Prior Lake, Minn., on July 20, 2015. This fundraiser brings together manufacturers, distributors, reps, and end users from all over the...

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Woven Wire Products Association promotes diamond mesh manufacturers

June 15, 2015

The Woven Wire Products Association (WWPA) represents manufacturers of diamond woven wire mesh products for security and safety guarding purposes in institutional, industrial, and architectural applications, as well as associate firms that supply materials and services to those manufacturers....

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KMF receives safety award for seven-year record

June 15, 2015

Fort Smith, Ark.-based KMF Metal Fabrication has been recognized for seven years without a lost day because of work-related accident or illness. The company employs 61 people. The custom metal fabrication shop handles production of high-volume part runs, as well as one-off custom parts and...

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Stretchy glove protects against very sharp parts

June 15, 2015

Taste Intl.’s Aquila® DPU325 protective glove offers soft, stretchy EN420/EN388 cut 3 level personal protection for handling ultrafine sharp parts. The lightweight glove has a polyurethane coating that provides flexibility and softness through multiple washings. It is made of Alkimos® yarn,...

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Light curtain meets worldwide safety standards

June 8, 2015

Omron Automation and Safety has introduced the F3SG-4RA series light curtain. According to the manufacturer, the unit meets safety standards throughout the world to protect either fingers or hands and arms. The IP67 wash-down-rated light curtain is supported by 24-hour, multilanguage, online...

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