We are living in unprecedented times. Anxieties are high, and questions abound. That’s why our PPE experts have put together a new resource, containing answers to all of your safety-related COVID-19 questions, in a tidy downloadable PDF.
The need to keep workers safe continues.
In 2022, only 56 percent of Americans wash their hands six to 15 times per day.
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous government agencies along with professional institutions issued guidance regarding the operation of circulating fans.
The test, authorized last week, can provide results in as little as three minutes.
People over 50, immunocompromised are eligible for booster shot
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look back at the pandemic two years ago... and now.
OSHA is set on continuing to create a rule to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to the Covid-19 virus.
Both Pfizer and Moderna have asked the FDA to approve a second booster dose of their Covid-19 vaccines.
A new report shows employed Americans believe their workplace safety is more important than ever, but they are not so sure their employer would agree.
The agency will increase the amount of inspections at hospitals and nursing home facilities that treat Covid-19 patients in an effort to curb the spread of the virus among employees in healthcare.
A new survey shows that handwashing has declined 25 percent from when the Covid-19 pandemic first hit.
The World Health Organization recently met to discuss the latest evidence on the Omicron variant and its sublineages.
When faced with dangerous respiratory disease, our healthcare workers deserve the best—and the most comfortable—protection our industry can provide.
An update to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could update their guidance on masking as early as this week.
Can a strong safety culture help to bolster employment at your company during the ongoing Great Resignation?
California Assembly Bill 1993 would require workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition of their employment.
A new version of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, known as BA.2, emerged.
No federal regulation and uneven state paid sick leave laws put workers in certain states and industries at risk.
On January 25, OSHA withdrew the ETS while leaving open the prospect that it may still attempt to finalize and implement a permanent vaccine and testing mandate.
A lot of news has come from OSHA's attempt to protect workers against Covid-19. To clear up confusion, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses the convoluted history of the ETS with Akerman Law Firm Partner Lillian Moon.
OraSure Technologies, known for its innovative testing products for drugs of abuse and alcohol, is developing and expects to offer a COVID Antibody Test using oral fluid. This new test follows our easy-to-use process allowing for safe social distancing during the painless collection and offers lab accurate results. For more information visit www.orasure.com.
The CarbonX® Defender Masks protect against exposure to thermal hazards and COVID-19 like no other face mask on the market. With an outer shell of CarbonX non-flammable fabric and an interior layer of non-woven filtration media, the Defender Masks are highly protective as well as comfortable and reusable.