Live From Safety 2019: Wrap-Up

The Safety 2019 Professional Development Conference & Exposition went by in a busy blur! We’ve rounded up some of the highlights from the show floor—you can catch up on everything you may have missed on our Live From Safety 2019 Social Zone at OHSonline.com/live.

NEW ORLEANS – The Safety 2019 Professional Development Conference & Exposition went by in a busy blur! We’ve rounded up some of the highlights from the show floor—you can catch up on everything you may have missed on our Live From Safety 2019 Social Zone at OHSonline.com/live.

It was definitely warm in New Orleans—and not just because of the DuPont Thermo-Man demonstration Monday evening! Luckily, the show floor was air-conditioned for attendees and the almost 700 exhibitors. There was plenty to do and see on the packed show floor, and we highlighted some of the most exciting activity on our Live From Safety 2019 Social Zone at OHSonline.com/live, sponsored by Avery Products, Columbia Southern University, Little Giant Ladders, MCR Safety, and Tingley. Here’s a peek into OH&S’s coverage of Safety 2019.

It’s a wrap on another successful ASSP show for Avery Products. Hundreds of enthusiastic safety professionals stopped by the Avery booth to learn about quick, easy and cost-effective GHS, safety label & sign products that can be printed on-site with standard laser and inkjet printers for instant compliance. If you missed Avery Products at the ASSP show, learn more at: www.avery.com/industrial.

Donnie with @AveryProducts shows off the wide variety in sizing of Avery GHS labels. See them for yourself at #Safety2019 booth 329! pic.twitter.com/tmEYkxMJrG

— OccHealthSafety (@OccHealthSafety) June 12, 2019

Columbia Southern University was thrilled to see more than 200 students and alumni at their booth this year, and approximately 200 students and alumni attended their networking reception held during Safety 2019. Interested in learning more about obtaining your safety degree with CSU? Find more information here or DM them on Twitter! Make sure to register for their upcoming webinar, “Linking Mobile Devices to Workplace Safety,” featuring Ralph Blessing. Grab a spot here before they run out! Columbia Southern is looking forward to seeing you all next year in Orlando!

.@CSUedu offers complimentary college coursework & professional training evaluations—stop by #Safety2019 booth 1310 to learn more! pic.twitter.com/1722TUBc23

— OccHealthSafety (@OccHealthSafety) June 12, 2019

The Little Giant Ladders booth was hard to miss as always, thanks to their HyperLite ladder in the Little Giant exclusive Hi Viz green, scientifically proven to be the most visible color in the world. The Little Giant crew offered demonstrations of many of their products, including the 3-in-1 King Kombo, the HyperLite SumoStance, and the Claw, a hook system that attaches to cables, crossbars, or attachment points to semi-permanently lock the ladder in place for safety.

Dave from @littlegiant shows off the Claw, a hook system that attaches to cables, crossbars, or attachment points to semi-permanently lock the ladder in place for safety. See it yourself at #Safety2019 booth 1349! pic.twitter.com/aCby0bZZwm

— OccHealthSafety (@OccHealthSafety) June 11, 2019

Thanks to all of the attendees who stopped by MCR Safety’s booth at Safety 2019. This year’s event was filled with many users looking for protection from various cuts and impacts to the hand along with finding a true anti-fog solution for safety glasses.  If you have the same needs, they have several links that will help you in finding the right solution for your hazards: cut protection, impact protection, and anti-fog.

The Dominator 3 safety glasses from @MCRSafety feature fully adjustable nose pad and temples, allowing the user to adjust for a true optical fit. Try it out at #Safety2019 booth 1449! pic.twitter.com/2DdUmd46x1

— OccHealthSafety (@OccHealthSafety) June 12, 2019

The 2019 ASSP Show was highly productive for the Tingley Rubber Team. A new, more contemporary booth design highlighted a number of new products on both the Footwear and Clothing sides. On the Footwear side, the new Pulsar PVC Knee boot, the Badger Steel Toe Boot and the Workbrutes G2 Overshoes were all displayed. Not to be outdone, 4 New ANSI 107 Compliant T-shirt styles were shown, including a Class 3 Short Sleeve, a Class 2 Premium Style, and a Class 2 Short Sleeve and Class 3 Long Sleeve both with black material added to conceal dirt. The rebranded ASSP Show in New Orleans was a great chance to interact with a number of key customers and discuss exciting new opportunities with both new and existing Tingley Users, and they're looking forward to next year in Orlando!

Jim from @TingleyRubber shows off the Pulsar boot, with an ASTM-compliant composite Safety toe, which won’t transfer cold or set off metal detectors. Ask him about it at #Safety2019 booth 236! pic.twitter.com/s7xG20AgLp

— OccHealthSafety (@OccHealthSafety) June 11, 2019

Catch up on everything else you missed at Safety 2019 by visiting OHSonline.com/LIVE

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