Safety

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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Safety base module connects to control network in minutes

January 4, 2007

Fortress Interlocks has introduced an AS-interface (AS-i) control and safety base module for its eGard system that allows the system to be connected easily to an AS-i Safety at Work control network in...

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Sick, RSI form partnership

December 12, 2006

Sick Inc., Minneapolis, has formed a strategic business partnership with Rockford Systems Inc. (RSI), Rockford, Ill.RSI provides integration and installation services for Sick safety products on...

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Arbill president, CEO wins award

November 13, 2006

Arbill Safety, Philadelphia, a North American supplier and manufacturer of safety products and services, has announced that Julie Copeland, president and CEO of the company, has been selected to...

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CR(V1) Standard Complaince

New rule, new equipment

November 7, 2006

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Now that OSHA's new ruling on hexavalent chromium is official, fabricators and manufacturers across the country are examining their plants, monitoring their air, and making adjustments to reduce their permissible exposure limits (PELs) to the fumes produced specifically by stainless steel welding.

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Mist collector filters various substances

November 7, 2006

Donaldson® Torit® has introduced the WSO mist collector that filters water-soluble coolants, straight oil, and oily smoke with just a change of the filter cartridge to match the mist type.The...

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Magnetic board facilitates safety tracking

November 7, 2006

The SafetyCross® magnetic white board from Magnatag is a solid-green board that allows employees to track each safe day, week, or month with a green magnet. Red or yellow magnets indicate when an...

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Lincoln Electric, 3M to hold safety workshop at FABTECH/AWS show

October 26, 2006

The Lincoln Electric Co. and 3M Welding are sponsoring a safety seminar at the 2006 FABTECH International/AWS Welding Show in Atlanta. The free workshop, Best Practices for Welding Safely in Today's...

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Welder health and safety — Who's responsible?

October 10, 2006

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The "Welding Wire" e-newsletter asked subscribers their opinions about who is responsible for ensuring welder health and safety. This article describes the hazards inherent in welding and contains insight from a welding instructor, a business owner, and individuals with personal knowledge of unsafe operations.

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Weld curtain sets up, breaks down in seconds

October 10, 2006

A&A Mfg.'s new weld curtain sets up and breaks down in seconds and can be transported to new work stations with its roller wheel.When extended, the curtain's maximum height is 72 in. and maximum width...

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Press brake safeguarding system detects obstructions as small as 4 mm

October 10, 2006

Scientific Technologies Inc. has introduced the LazerSafe™ LZS-003 safeguarding system for hydraulic press brakes.The system uses two flat bands of 40-mm-wide laser light to monitor the zone...

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Safety glasses feature built-in magnification

October 10, 2006

HTP America Inc. offers reader safety glasses with built-in magnification.The safety glasses replace the need for cheaters underneath safety glasses. Workers can wear a single pair of safety glasses...

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Miller Edge partners with CPL

October 10, 2006

Miller Edge, West Grove, Pa., has pledged its support of Canine Partners for Life (CPL), a nationally recognized service dog organization.The mission of CPL is to increase the independence and quality...

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Fuel your safety knowledge

October 3, 2006

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The subject of oxyfuel safety is vast and would take volumes to cover completely. In fact, most large companies involved in oxyfuel cutting and welding publish their own procedural guidelines for employees to follow.

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STI completes merger with Omron

October 2, 2006

Scientific Technologies Inc., a North American provider of automation safeguarding products, has announced today that it has completed its previously announced merger with a subsidiary of Japan-based...

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How Safely Do You Weld?

September 13, 2006

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By addressing six common hazards, companies that perform pipe and tube welding can provide a safe and healthy work environment for their employees.

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