Supplier News

Information in “Supplier News” is provided by the featured companies.



Chicago-based VelocityEHS, a global provider of cloud-based environmental, health, safety and sustainability solutions, has developed a free COVID-19 resource to provide employers with information they need to help keep their workers safe and healthy during the pandemic
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Radians Inc.

Radians Inc., a manufacturer of personal protective equipment, has donated more than 14,000 N95 filtering facepiece respirators to its hometown of Memphis, TN. Radians’ CEO Mike Tutor said the donation “represents Radians’ corporate responsibility to help during challenging times.
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Master Lock Co. LLC

In an effort to help health care providers and workers provide patients with the urgent care and testing they need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Oak Creek, WI-based Master Lock Co. LLC recently concluded a donation program that provided free smart locks or lock boxes to secure critical personal protective equipment.
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Magid Glove & Safety Mfg. Co. LLC

With demand growing for disposable respirator masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Romeoville, IL-based Magid Glove & Safety Mfg. Co. LLC is warning that some masks on the market do not provide the protection that is promised.
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Lafayette, CO-based KPA has released a COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources Center for employers needing information to help keep their workforce healthy and safe.
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Portland, OR-based KEEN Inc. recently launched the “Together We Can Help” initiative so that its customers around the world could give a free pair of shoes to individuals directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Board of Certified Safety Professionals

The Board of Certified Safety Professionals, headquartered in Indianapolis, has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and is aware of the ways in which it has negatively impacted its certificants’ ability to earn recertification points.
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AccuWeather Inc.

AccuWeather Inc., headquartered in State College, PA, recently announced it is donating its severe weather and local storm warning service to help reduce safety risks of vulnerable, temporary structures that health care workers are using for testing and triage.
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