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  • The New Year offers great opportunity to share the success stories of business and safety solutions delivered in the past year. Treen is starting 2016 off with one of the most dangerous industrial professions, welding. Welders face an array of hazards including heat, fire and burns, toxic fumes and gases, ultraviolet light radiation and electric shock. We offer a range of safety products that mitigate the risk of these potentially dangerous hazards while still being cost effective. Treens featured...
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  • Winter transcends industry, job and experiences in the workplace. Working outdoors and driving in BC during winter presents a number of challenges including cold temperatures, avalanches, poor visibility and icy conditions. Here are some simple precautions you can take to help minimize the dangers that winter presents. Stay Warm Take regular breaks to warm up and make sure you and your team have adequate gear to stay warm outside. A base layer plus waterproof, insulated protective...
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  • Posted on  December 9, 2015  by TREENSAFETY Custom fall protection systems are available in various configurations and support center distances. Rigid Rail Systems provide the highest degree of mobility and safety, while reducing the risk of injury in elevated work environments.  These systems make fall protection easily customizable and cost-effective.  The safest solution for virtually every environment.  Featuring an open track design, exclusively engineered for easy...
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  • Posted on  September 16, 2014  by TREENSAFETY Hot, dry weather throughout the country has been keeping more than just firefighters busy this summer. Treen Safety is one of only three companies in Canada certified to manufacture CGSB (Canadian General Standards Board) 155.22-97 fireline workwear for front line forest-fire fighters. The fire season has been so busy that B.C. has had to call on about 500 out-of-province firefighters, mostly from Ontario and Quebec. In the last year Treen...
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  • Posted on  June 30, 2015  by TREENSAFETY If youwork with or around poultry or wild birds you may be at risk of exposure to avian flu. The World Health Organization has provided the following guidance for the protection of individuals engaging in activities involving high contact with poultry or wild birds that have been confirmed or highly suspected of being infected with avian flu. High contact activities include: • Handling birds • Collecting birds • Transporting birds...
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  • Posted on  June 23, 2015  by TREENSAFETY Summer has arrived and warmer weather brings a new generation of insects. No one can predict where or when an episode of anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction) may arise. Are you prepared for an allergic emergency at work? Introducing the first and only epinephrine injector with audio instructions that calmly and efficiently assist users through the injection process. The portableAllerject® fits in the palm of your hand and comes in 0.15mg...
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