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Rosco Vision Systems

Queens, NY-based Rosco Vision Systems, an automotive vision safety manufacturer, has teamed up with Keep Breathing Inc., a nonprofit philanthropic organization created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to help supply personal protective equipment and other medical supplies to health care workers.
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Cority Enviance

Cority Enviance, a Toronto-based provider of environmental, health, safety and quality software, is offering a free six-month license of RSIGuard, its desktop application for workplace ergonomics, to home-based users.
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DuPont

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wilmington, DE-base DuPont recently launched #TyvekTogether – a new program designed to increase the availability of Tyvek personal protective garments for health care workers.
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Intertek Alchemy

Intertek Alchemy

Austin, TX-based Intertek Alchemy recently announced it will be sharing a complimentary COVID-19 training course for frontline workers in manufacturing and food production.
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Magid

Magid Glove & Safety Mfg. Co. LLC

With demand for disposable respirator masks growing 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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KPA

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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Process & Safety Solutions

Process & Safety Solutions LLC

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pearland, TX-based Process & Safety Solutions LLC, a process safety management consulting company, is offering its respiratory protection training course free for a limited time.
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AccuWeather Inc.

AccuWeather Inc., headquartered in State College, PA, recently announced it will donate 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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