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  • Posted on  December 1, 2014  by TREENSAFETY The Blue 1H Half Mask Respirator was developed from a request by medical professionals – design a reusable mask that not only offers unmatched protection for the wearer, but is also non- threatening to patients. Honeywell developers consulted with healthcare workers to better understand the hazards and challenges faced each day in infectious disease environments. Feedback from healthcare workers indicated that the masks available on the market...
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  • Posted on November 20, 2014 by TREENSAFETY Introducing the new Northflex Cold Grip Plus 5™ glove from Honeywell. This new winter glove is recommended for temperatures down to -15°F (-26°C) as it retains flexibility, even at low temperatures.  With Cut Level 5 protection and Abrasion and Tear level 4 protection, this glove can handle the toughest of jobs. The foamed PVC coating provides excellent abrasion resistance and grip in both wet and dry environments....
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  • Posted on  November 3, 2014  by TREENSAFETY This comprehensive training course is designed for workers and supervisors who are required to work at heights and who may be required to use fall protection equipment. The training is divided into two parts – theory and practical/hands-on. Additional winter training dates to be posted in the next month. Our November Half-Day Fall Protection Training Session is now confirmed: When: Saturday 29th November, 2014 – 8.30am – 12.30pm...
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  • Posted on  October 15, 2014  by TREENSAFETY Winter transcends industry, job and experience level 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. 1. Stay Warm Take regular breaks to warm up and make sure you and your team have adequate gear to stay warm outside....
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  • Posted on  September 30, 2014  by TREENSAFETY The leaves are turning and temperatures are dropping, it’s time to prepare for the colder months ahead. The Treen Safety Winter Flyer is out now, please contact us for pricing. Click Here to view the Winter Flyer    
  • Posted on  September 23, 2014  by TREENSAFETY   Sealed eyewear is a relatively new category of eyewear that has emerged, bridging the gap between safety glasses and safety goggles. We asked protective eyewear expert Scott Gander from Pyramex about this new hybrid style. Sealed eyewear is ideal for windy or dusty applications such as oil and gas where there is exposure to coke dust, construction, road work, demolition, dry-walling, sanding and other similar applications....
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