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Trends in ... respiratory protection

‘Strive for maximum safety’
An estimated 5 million workers are required to wear respirators in 1.3 million U.S. workplaces every year, in an effort to protect against “insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays,” OSHA states.
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Safety goggle/faceshield

The Vertoggle Goggle/Faceshield Combination offers a high-performance goggle with a mounted, compact faceshield – providing complete eye and face impact/splash protection.
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Trends in ... fall protection

Getting it right

Falls are a common cause of serious work-related injuries and deaths. Employers whose workers are exposed to fall hazards are responsible for ensuring not only that those workers have appropriate fall protection, but also that they’re trained on how to use it. Here, fall protection industry insiders describe what’s new in the field and why it’s important to remember that fall protection can be more intricate than meets the eye.


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Leading edge self-retracting lanyard

The Latchways Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lanyard is designed for horizontal and vertical use, providing advanced fall protection for leading-edge applications, including roofing, wooden beams and construction.
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Confined space entry systems

XTIRPA Confined Space Entry Systems allow for vertical or horizontal entry into common confined space applications, including tanks, vessels, transformers, sewers and manholes. Systems are lightweight, portable and easy to set up.
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Cooling head protection

The Vented V-Gard 500 Cap or Hat has cooling vents for improved air circulation and comfort, and a Glaregard Surface underbrim to help reduce reflective glare.
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