Halo™ eye/face wash provides 20 percent better protection than any other eye/face wash. Exclusive self-draining feature removes standing water eliminating potential bacterial growth, improving hygiene and worker safety.
Bodytrak is a data-driven solution fueled by science that’s designed to keep employees safe. The smart safety solution continuously monitors an individual’s response to physiological stress to mitigate workplace risks and provides an alarm system for the user and supervisors to prevent incidents caused by heat stress, fatigue, noise exposure and more. Visit Bodytrak at ASSP SAFETY 2023, stand #609 for a live demo or contact us via bodytrak.co to see how we can help enhance the health and safety practices in your organization today.
Ensure worker safety & regulatory compliance with the Kestrel® Heat Stress Monitoring System. With real-time remote access to critical data, leaders have the information to make timely decisions preventing workplace heat-related injuries and incidents. The Kestrel 5400 Heat Stress Tracker with LiNK connects via Bluetooth to a wall-mounted remote monitoring tablet showing current data. Use the Kestrel LiNK app to manage and log work conditions, view graphs, and create shareable reports.
The Ambient Weather Network (AWN) online portal and app offer remote monitoring capabilities for 24-7 visibility, including a custom dashboard and the ability to set alerts for changing conditions.
PIG® Spill Kit in 95-Gallon High-Visibility Container. The high-visibility spill kit container from New Pig is easily seen—even in low light or from a distance—to help make spill response even faster. It contains enough absorbents to contain up to 60 gallons of oils, coolants, solvents and water. Learn more at ASSP Safety booth #527.
The new report aims to uncover and combat the worst forms of child labor.
The funding aim to prepare a diverse workforce for high-demand positions.
The public is invited to participate in the virtual meeting, which will cover best practices and regulatory updates.
The agency is prioritizing on-site support in Florida's hardest-hit areas.
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