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  • REThinking Hand Safety: How to Build an Effective Hand Safety Program

    In this free webinar you will learn what the most and least successful hand safety programs have in common, Get practical tips to build a hand safety program that reduces injuries, Understand how to get team buy-in on your hand safety program, Ask your hand safety questions live – Shane Nider will answer as many as possible in allotted time

  • Making Sense of Hard Hat Certifications

    In this free educational webinar, you will learn about current ANSI/ISEA standard for head protection, the difference between ANSI/ISEA and EN12492 side impact and understanding labeling and what your hard hat meets in terms of certification.

  • Noise Myths Debunked – Check Your Knowledge about Hearing Loss Prevention

    This free webinar will sort fact from fiction and debunk common myths about occupational hearing loss prevention. Check your knowledge and take home some tips and tricks for improving your hearing conservation program.


  • Flame-Resistant Clothing For The Flash Fire Hazard: Care, Use and Maintenance

    Even the most comprehensive safety program can only mitigate—not eliminate—risk associated with the flash fire hazard. A reliable and controllable means of protecting employees from harm is the proper use of PPE. In a flash fire context, flame resistant clothing provides further protection and offers a foundational defense. This paper guides safety managers and purchasers in the selection, use, care and maintenance of clothing for flash fire protection that’s compliant with the industry consensus standard NFPA® 2112.

  • 5 Reasons Industrial Vacuum Cleaners Need to be Part of Your Dust Control Program

    Sweeping or blowing fugitive dust during housekeeping is widely discouraged by OSHA and the NFPA for nearly all industries. Seemingly benign, dusts create an assortment of hazards that include flying particles that can lead to eye injury, slip hazards and ergonomic injuries. The most serious hazards surrounding the sweeping and blowing of dust threaten lives, such as respiratory and explosion hazards. The use of industrial vacuums to remove dust is almost always recommended as a preferred method of removing fugitive dust. Rather than redistributing dust, industrial vacuum cleaners remove dusts and therefore reduce or eliminate the previously mentioned hazards.

  • Chemical Splash Protection for Laboratories

    Lab coats have been used for decades, but they have typically been made from cotton or polyester/cotton blends, with the primary purpose of keeping foreign materials off the clothing under the coat. Two of the most common lab accidents involve chemicals and fire/explosions, and common lab coats don’t provide protection from either hazard. This technical brief outlines the importance of chemical splash protection (CP) clothing for laboratories.


  • Putting on and Taking off a Mask

    A new video and poster from OSHA demonstrate how to properly wear and remove a respirator in the workplace and mitigate the risk of coronavirus exposure.

  • The Future Is What We Make It: Honeywell

    At #Honeywell, we're transforming the way the world works through technology and software. Learn about our legacy of firsts spanning 130 years, from our #futureshaper team of inventors. Honeywell is inventing technologies that address some of the world's toughest challenges in energy efficiency, clean energy generation, safety and security, globalization, and customer productivity. With approximately 110,000 employees worldwide, including more than 18,000 engineers and scientists, we have an unrelenting focus on performance, quality, delivery, value and technology in everything we make and do. We are building a world that's safer and more secure, more comfortable and energy efficient, more innovative and productive. We are Honeywell.

  • Safety Matters Express - January 2019 Impact Standards

    Safety should never be a guessing game! New impact glove ratings will help you choose the right glove for the job—so get the upper hand and learn about the new ANSI/ISEA 138 Impact Glove Standard.