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Spartan Hockey Helmets Going Under Microscope
New York Times
“This is going to hit hockey like a ton of bricks,” said Dale Pfriem, president of ICS Laboratories, an Ohio-based company that tests and assesses personal protective equipment. Pfriem was part of a group of hockey helmet manufacturers and testers ...
Mission Ready Services Inc. Files Patent Application for its Fragment ...
We are elated to be at the patent filing stage as we move to incorporate this progressive technology into combat and law enforcement apparel and set a new standard for fundamental projectile resistant Personal Protective Equipment." states Rod Reum ...
Engineer Warns About Necessity to Use Protective Equipment in Construction ...
Luanda — The Angolan engineer Pitágoras Ramos considered on Tuesday, in Luanda, fundamental the compulsory use of personal protective equipment as stated in the Angolan legislation concerning hygiene, health and safety at work. Speaking to ...
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: The Last Line of Defense
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These include hazards from machines and tools, hazardous substances and work procedures that can cause injuries. When those hazards cannot be eliminated, employees need Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The standard addresses head, eye and ...
Infographic: personal protective equipment
Compliance and Safety has created an infographic on PPE in the workplace – 'PPE: The Basics'. Safety milestones. Lafarge recently held a 'Health and Safety Month', during which its employees took part in a number of training activities and celebrated ...
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