- Double-J Hooks
- Heavy-Duty Ratchet Tie-Down
- Nylon Woven Straps
- Straps: Yellow
- Handle Marked with WLL
- Strap Marked with WLL & BS
- Clear Anti-Fog Lens
- Clear Frame
- CSA Certified Z94.3-07
- Lightweight wrap-around design
- Molded Nose-Piece
- Frameless Polycarbonate lens
- Scratch resistant coating
- Case Quantity: 12
- Orange Polyurethane Wheel
- High Density Polyurethane
- Precision Ball Bearings
- 3/8” Drive Ratchet, 72 Tooth
- 2 Extension Bars, 1 Universal Joint and 1 Sliding T-Bar
In conjunction with a health and safety program, employers should also focus on ensuring the right health and safety equipment and industrial PPE are on-hand and well-maintained. Employers should be aware that they are tasked with several responsibilities for worker safety in the specific area of industrial PPE.
Personal protective equipment should be employed to reduce the risk of short and long-term injuries in many workplaces. The type of PPE required is contingent upon the workplace environment; PPE needs would differ drastically in an office environment vs. an industrial environment vs. a farm.
Find out about common types of industrial PPE and how to choose the right PPE to ensure your employees’ safety.read more
Poor air quality has been a growing heath and safety concern, particularly for organizations with industrial facilities. Inadequate ventilation systems combined with industrial and construction contamination and employees spending more time indoors has elevated the need to properly examine, assess, and deal with the associated risks of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) issues.
Those responsible for health and safety for their organization need to be well-versed in all types of workplace hazards and risks – from the obvious, slips/trips/falls, to the overlooked like poor air quality. Fortunately, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) provides easy-to-read, question-and-answer type fact sheets to provide health and safety managers with everything they need to know.read more
Focus on Workplace Safety: Volunteer Protection Program (VPP) and the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP)
Our recent blog posts, Worker Safety and the Cost of Ignoring It and Steps to Improving Your Organization’s Preventative Maintenance, we talked about the risks of workplace injuries and associated costs and how proactive preventative maintenance programs can help reduce those risks and costs.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Benchmark Report of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) and the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) highlighted the challenges small businesses faced with managing health and safety.
Read on to find out about the report’s highlights and to read the complete benchmark report.read more