How to Make a Smart Investment in Safety Equipment
Guest blog by Aaron Conway from MHI Member Company Mezzanine Safeti-Gates In today’s fast paced material handling and warehouse environments, safety is becoming increasingly important as employees must be kept safe on the job. While the initial cost of safety […]
Infographic: Airplane Safety Equipment
With 87,000 aircraft per day, there's a lot of safety equipment being ferried around above our heads. But we didn’t know how much, because it appeared that no one had crunched those numbers…yet.
Ladders Are Safety Equipment: Why Suppliers Should Carry Them
Basically every industry uses ladders to some extent. If everyone is using ladders, why do so many industrial supply houses dislike carrying them?
The Most Essential Sailing Safety Equipment
Fixing a hole in your boat or putting out a fire won’t save you. You need the most essential sailing safety equipment to stay safe and alive.
Essential Pieces of Construction Safety Equipment for COVID-19 Protocols
Essential Pieces of Construction Safety Equipment for COVID-19 Protocols - Industry Tap
Personal Fall Protection Equipment Guide from the International Safety Equipment Association
The International Safety Equipment Association has made available a guide for personal fall protection in English and Spanish. Both are now available on our Other Materials page, and the Spanish ve…
Essential Safety Equipment For The Cannabis Industry
When you work in the cannabis growing industry, there are a variety of variables that you need to be protected against. Read our latest blog to learn more!
How to use Safety Equipment to Prevent Arc Flash
Nothing is more important than keeping workers safe as they perform their duties. Here are some tips on how to do just that!
Idled auto industry has vital safety equipment. Donate it now.
The auto industry is rightfully proud of its role in World War II — and even in the wake of 9/11. But this is a different kind of battle against a different kind of enemy.
Arc Flash Safety Equipment: What Do My Employees Need?
Arc flash safety is a serious issue which every employee who works with electricity needs to fully understand in order to do their job.
3M earnings top expectations amid strong personal-safety equipment sales
3M reported third-quarter results that beat analyst expectations on the back of strong personal-safety and health equipment sales.
Safety Equipment and Distance Learning Top Back-to-School Shopping Lists
As the school year approaches, the COVID-19 pandemic remains. But no matter where US kids are, they're going to be doing some schooling. New surveys show where and how much parents are spending on BtS purchases for 2020.
CTA workers, riders call for access to testing, safety equipment as COVID-19 concerns rise
Ridership on the CTA is down, but safety concerns are growing with no end in sight to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Six Ways to Improve Equipment Safety
When working with large equipment, workers face some significant risks — like electrocution and “struck-by” incidents. Poor visibility, the size and weight of even the...
10 Must-Have Items In Your Boat’s Tool Kit
No boat should ever leave the dock without all of the legally required safety equipment, nor should one ever leave without a small tool kit onboard.
Lawn equipment safety tips for spring
“Before you use a mower, trimmer, blower, chain saw, pruner or other piece of outdoor power equipment this season, it’s important to refresh yourself on handli
Federal authority preempts any state law, and any litigation based on state law, judge says.
Advice from a Hand Therapist: Lawnmower and Equipment Safety
Summer is here which means more time enjoying the outdoors and working to maintain landscaping. This may mean mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges or cutting down those hanging tree limbs. These activities may require the use of equipment that has very sharp edges. In the summer, hand therapists see many injuries related to these …
4 Tips for Making Equipment Safety a Priority
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 4,251 fatalities were reported in private industry in 2014, and approximately 21 percent of those fatalities were construction related. The leading causes of death were falls, followed by electrocution, being struck by an object and being caught in between objects. These "fatal four" causes were responsible for more than half of the construction worker deaths in 2014. Eliminating…
[INFOGRAPHIC] 4 Forklifts and Lifting Equipment Safety Tips
Follow these 4 Forklifts and Lifting Equipment Safety Tips to ensure you're having the safest warehouse possible.