Our eyes can be injured by a wide variety of hazards from little bits of dust to chemical splashes and other hazardous material. We can help you protect your eyes from the hazards you didn't see coming. Take a look at the information below to help understand which type of eye protection will be a perfect fit for your workplace.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Prevent Injuries. Save Money.
Workplace injuries can cost your business thousands of dollars in workers compensation costs, lost productivity and medical expenses but preventing injuries might be easier than you think. Personal Protective Equipment, commonly referred to as PPE, is equipment worn to minimize a person’s exposure to hazards that may cause serious workplace injuries or illnesses. Take a look at the content below to help you select the proper PPE to keep your employees safe and save your company money.
Fall hazards are present in almost every workplace. Whether you are working at heights or moving products in a warehouse, you should be aware of the dangers that falls present each day. Check out the information below to learn more about this kind of equipment and determine what you may be best for you.
We use our hands constantly during the workday so it is easy to see how over 100,000 lost-time hand injuries occur each year. Keeping your hands safe can be difficult with so many different types of hand protection available, check out the links below for help!
Even though you can't see it, sound is a very dangerous hazard that is present in thousands of workplaces. Let us help you understand the dangers of sound and provide some tips on selecting the protection that will keep you and your employees safe in even the loudest environments.
Sometimes safety is as simple as being easier to see. High visibility apparel makes your workers stand out no matter where they are working. This kind of apparel falls into different types and classes, check out the information below to help identify what kind of high-vis apparel is best for your application.
Respiratory hazards come in many forms. Some hazards are easy to spot such as dust or debris, while others cannot be seen at all such as toxic gases or vapors. Proper testing of your specific atmosphere is the first step to selecting your respiratory protection, click the links below for more information to help you find what is right for your application.