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  • There has been an incline in female workers entering the trades and construction industry. The industry, however still has limited focus on health and safety work wear lines for Women employees. The lack of a dedicated ladies footwear is a prime example of this situation. Work boots play an extremely important role in protecting a worker from a potential hazard in any given industry. Most work boots designed for women are heavy, uncomfortable and bulky looking. Oliver 2400 series is determined to provide women...
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  • Many women in non-traditional jobs, such as construction and trades encounter improperly fitting personal protective clothing (PPC). The health and safety product lines designed for women workers are limited in stocks and sizes. Ill-fitting or lose clothing get caught in machinery or cause tripping. Additionally, many women may find the poorly fitting clothing uncomfortable and not wear it, putting themselves at risk of injury and chemical exposure. Lack of knowledge in employers to seek proper PPE and PPC...
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  • Gas Detection: Understanding Ammonia Gas Ammonia (Nh3) made headlines with the infamous gas leak that claimed 3 lives in Fernie, BC in October 2017. Ammonia leaks occur more often than we know, but only the cases that result in serious casualties are often reported in the news. However, with this incident, organizations are realizing the importance of gas detection devices. Although implementing the correct gas detection devices is a crucial step, understanding Ammonia and its properties is as important...
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  • URGENT: Voluntary Product Recall of Eyesaline Eyewash and First Aid Kits  Dear Valued Customer, Honeywell has learned of potential leaks affecting a limited number of lots of Easyline eyewash bottles. While these products are filled aseptically, the potential for a leak results in a low risk of contamination of the eyewash...
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  • Gas Detection Gas detectors are the only way to identify gas leaks and hazards within the workplace. Workers cannot rely on their own sense of smell from a possible gas hazard as some gases are odorless and hard to detect in a timely manner. Therefore, it is imperative to protect workers with appropriate gas detectors. Why is Gas Detection Important? Detection of gases is a critical task in many industries. Gas detection devices can be used to detect explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficiency, and...
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