Environmental Health & Safety
Electronic and non-electronic machine guarding systems related to the operation of metal forming and fabricating machinery, welding systems and metal cutting equipment. Also personal protective equipment (PPE), air handling systems, scrap and waste disposal systems, reporting systems and other devices and techniques used for OSHA and EPA regulatory compliance.
Hazard analysis is key to appropriately protecting workers from dangers in the workplace, but too often we do a mediocre job by pretending that the workplace is perfect and all workers will never make mistakes, take risks or behave badly. Instead, we should use the "What Would Doris Do?" approach to portray real world risks. Here's how it works.
A look at some of the barrier doors, head protection and ceiling fans exhibited on the show floor at McCormick Place in Chicago on November 18-21.
Kimberly-Clark Professional expands their Jackson Safety line of welding helmets with the Jackson Safety WH70 BH3 and the Jackson Safety Balder W-40 SmarTIGer, both of which deliver the highest standards of optical clarity that can be achieved when using an auto-darkening filter.
The Hydrotron from Filter-1 Clean Air Consultants is specifically designed for safe collection of potentially explosive and volatile materials and is effective in the capture of fine metal particles to meet OSHA and the National Fire Protection Association guidelines for processing and finishing aluminum.