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Which OSHA Requirement Would You Toss?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Henry Wilter Jun 21, 2011.

 

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OSHA To Look at Why Cowboys' Facility Collapsed --CNN.com

Saw this article and thought it interesting...http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/05/04/cowboys.dome.collapse/index.html?eref=rss_topstoriesSome initial thoughts:--I don't know the specifics, but it looked as if the structure wasn't permanent (attached to the ground).--If it wasn't, why not build a permanent facility (truly brick and mortar)--How much control can there be with "microbursts" of weather…See More
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Cut Protection Glove for Construction Industry

Ansell has added the Cut Protection Glove to its line of products specifically designed for use in professional construction applications. The glove will also be the first Ansell Construction product to be made available directly to consumers through retailers such as Northern Tool and Tool Barn.The glove, constructed with world-class Intercept Technology® Stretch Armor Yarn developed jointly by Ansell and DuPont, combines the comfort of Ansell fiber technology with the maximum strength and…See More
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Cut Protection Glove for Construction Industry

Ansell has added the Cut Protection Glove to its line of products specifically designed for use in professional construction applications. The glove will also be the first Ansell Construction product to be made available directly to consumers through retailers such as Northern Tool and Tool Barn.The glove, constructed with world-class Intercept Technology® Stretch Armor Yarn developed jointly by Ansell and DuPont, combines the comfort of Ansell fiber technology with the maximum strength and…See More
Feb 25, 2009
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Frequently Asked Questions - Part 3

A few more...How can I determine what size gloves my workers need?Since proper fit is so essential to comfort and dexterity, it would be worthwhile to measure each worker’s hand. You may use a dressmaker’s cloth tape to measure around the hand, above the thumb and below the fingers. The diameter of the hand (rounded to the nearest half-inch) is numerically equal to the worker’s nominal glove size. This type of measurement, however, does not account for all possible variations in hand size.In…See More
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FAQs about PPE

That was a lot of abbreviations in that title...huh?At any rate, I wanted to pass along that I'm posting series of entries about frequently asked questions about PPE. Let me know your thoughts!See More
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OSHA To Look at Why Cowboys' Facility Collapsed --CNN.com

Saw this article and thought it interesting...



http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/05/04/cowboys.dome.collapse/index.html?eref=rss_topstories



Some initial thoughts:

--I don't know the specifics, but it looked as if the structure wasn't permanent (attached to the ground).

--If it wasn't, why not build a permanent facility (truly brick and mortar)

--How much control can… Continue

Posted on May 4, 2009 at 4:37pm

Cut Protection Glove for Construction Industry

Ansell has added the Cut Protection Glove to its line of products specifically designed for use in professional construction applications. The glove will also be the first Ansell Construction product to be made available directly to consumers through retailers such as Northern Tool and Tool Barn.

The glove, constructed with world-class Intercept Technology® Stretch Armor Yarn developed jointly by Ansell and DuPont, combines the comfort of Ansell… Continue

Posted on February 24, 2009 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Frequently Asked Questions - Part 3

A few more...



How can I determine what size gloves my workers need?



Since proper fit is so essential to comfort and dexterity, it would be worthwhile to measure each worker’s hand. You may use a dressmaker’s cloth tape to measure around the hand, above the thumb and below the fingers. The diameter of the hand (rounded to the nearest half-inch) is numerically equal to the worker’s nominal glove size. This type of measurement, however, does not account for all… Continue

Posted on February 21, 2009 at 2:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions about PPE - Pt. 2

Just when you thought we answered everything, there's more...



What gloves do you recommend for handling lacquer thinner?



Lacquer thinner, which is a popular cleaning agent for many processing facilities, typically contains several key ingredients, as listed below. Although additional ingredients may be present, they will likely fall into these categories.

  • A ketone such as acetone or MEK, which will degrade nitrile, PVC and Viton;
  • An alcohol…
Continue

Posted on February 20, 2009 at 2:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions about PPE

Proper hand protection is especially important in a chemical processing facility to prevent injuries and related costs and to boost productivity. Here are questions often asked by managers and others in chemical processing facilities, with responses provided to their inquiries.



What are some safety guidelines for using disposable nitrile gloves in a laboratory setting?



Nitrile gloves are suited for:

  • Use with aliphatic hydrocarbons
  • Animal…
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Posted on February 19, 2009 at 6:30pm

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Thank you to everyone who has contacted us to alert us of spammers and suspicious members. We appreciate your help in keeping this community safe!

Monique has changed jobs, so for quickest response, please contact Lara Kretler or Christopher Washington with any issues or concerns about SafetyCommunity.com. Thank you!
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Have you had a chance to find out about my problem?
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Ok, thanks I can use some tabs but not all of them.
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I am not able to E-mail you or add you as a friend so the message says website error
At 8:38am on May 26, 2009, Jim West said…
We are a mechanical contractor and use a lot of gloves. Sheet Metal workers get a lot of cuts. But recently I have been trying to get some good gloves for our crews doing coil cleaning. They use everything from acids to Sodium Hydroxide. Any recommendations, or posters that would help our workers make the right selection?
At 7:59pm on April 23, 2009, Ivy said…
hello, you work for ansell?
At 2:38pm on February 20, 2009, Troy Taylor said…
Click on Applications under your picture. There are quite a few to choose from.
At 2:20pm on February 20, 2009, Troy Taylor said…
Wow, cool page!
At 4:14pm on September 23, 2008, Lara Kretler said…

Hey MoBo! I miss you but we're keeping it real here at NSC. Check out the comments section of my page for some wacky photos from the Ansell booth. :)
 
 
 

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