Operator safety is being prioritized as National Emphasis Program aims to tackle COVID-19 exposure at work.
The full effects of respiratory hazards that operators are exposed to often remain unknown until the negative health effects become apparent. When this happens, these are classified as Occupational Lung Diseases.
As we head into the warmer months the topic of climate conditions enters operators' and safety officers’ minds as heat becomes a daily battle.
Sustaining a head injury can not only hurt but can cause some very serious health effects and financial costs to you and your employer.
Male and females anatomically have significant differences in the composition of their physical appearance. Because of this, different PPE is required to ensure the right level of protection is maintained.
There’s this common misconception that personal protective equipment (PPE) gets in the way of work, that it makes the job harder, and worst of all it slows you down.
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Knowing how to spot signs of wear and tear and when parts need to be serviced or replaced will positively impact the life of your respirator.