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  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
    OSHA's 29 CFR Part 1910.132(d) states: The employer shall assess the workplace to determine if hazards. are present, or are likely to be present, which necessitate the use of. personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Keeping Welders Cool
    ArcOne manufactures and distributes personal protective equipment for industrial welders. including auto-darkening welding helmets, safety glasses & goggles and respiratory protection. products. The firm, founded in 1992, has developed a reputation for innovative technology. through expert in-house
  • Containment Technologies Group
    , formulation and process development work with NCEs has performed in open laboratories with scientists wearing personal protective clothing and respirators to guard against skin contamination and inhalation exposure during dusty processing operations. However, this dependence on personal protective
  • Creative Isolation: Ensuring the Success of Containment Projects
    This quick, one-time registration gives you access to members-only site benefits. Pharmaceutical isolation today focuses more on isolating equipment and processes to ensure safety, and less on protecting operators with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Engineering firm CH2M Hill Lockwood Greene
  • South Carolina Paper Mill Saves Budget Dollars with IR Window Program
    (which exceeds personal protective equipment [PPE] ratings, and would place personnel in extreme danger and open the company to OSHA fines).
  • Going the extra mile for a foot
    People who wear personal protective equipment (PPE) are often injured because the equipment didn't do its job. Why? In my experience, many companies do not really understand OSHA regulations as they apply to PPE. OSHA 1910.132(d) Hazard Assessment and Equipment Selection, for example, mandates
  • Reducing Arc-flash Hazards through Electrical System Modifications
    standards and regulations must be followed to protect the thermographer from these hazards. We will review the equipment marking requirement in the National Electrical Code, what the equipment labels look like and the information displayed on them and what Personal Protective Equipment is required
  • Dielectric Withstand Testing in a Production Environment
    precautionary techniques, personal protective equipment, insulating and shielding materials, and insulating tools and test equipment.
  • Handling Highly Active Ingredients
    or blending, the last step of which involves opening the bowl and scraping the last bit of active from the blender. This makes a mockery of containment, says Heath. They ll charge and discharge the bowl in a contained manner, then go off and get PPE [Personal Protective Equipment
  • Connect/Disconnect Instructions for Silent Chain
    and describe the procedures for connecting and disconnecting some of the most common silent chains. For information on chains not shown here consult the manufacturer. Serious personal injury can result if safety rules are not followed. Observe the following safety precautions when installing a chain

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