Prepare for Seasonal Heat Stress: The OSHA NEP and Tips for Employers
Heat stress is often a significant concern for workers in outdoor industrial environments, such as construction, working at height, and oil and gas, especially during the summer months. With temperatures rising, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has implemented a National Emphasis Program (NEP) on Outdoor and Indoor Related Hazards. Read the full blog to learn more.
Pumped Up: Mini IDs Get an Enhancement
The innovative MSA Mini ID Refrigerant Identifiers, powered by Neutronics technology, have been enhanced. The cost effective Mini ID helps automotive mechanics quickly and accurately confirm R-1234yf or R-134a purity in vehicles to safeguard the mechanic, help avoid potential damage to expensive air conditioning service equipment and protect your shop from refrigerant contamination.
Frequently Asked Questions: Temporary Horizontal Lifelines
Temporary Horizontal Lifelines (THLL) are a type of anchorage connector that allows workers to walk back and forth across an area where there was not an anchorage point or anchorage connector available before. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about temporary horizontal lifelines.
Self-Retracting Lifelines 101: Everything You Need To Know About SRLs and PFLs
Do you sometimes struggle with picking the safest fall protection for the task? This article will answer some of your biggest questions about two of today’s most commonly used fall protection components, the Self-Retracting Lifeline (SRL) and the Personal Fall Limiter (PFL)
MSA Hard Hat FAQs: Download the Guide
Whether you are using a Type 1 or Type 2 MSA hard hat, following proper care and use recommendations can help keep its protection capabilities in place. Download our to get answers to the most frequently asked questions about the care and use of MSA hard hats.
Occupational Health & Safety 2022 New Product of the Year Awards: Three MSA Products Recognized
Three MSA products were recognized with Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) magazine’s 14th annual New Product of the Year Awards.
What is the Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Hard Hats?
All industrial protective hard hat are either Type 1 or Type 2 based on ANSI and CSA standards for impact resistance and direction. A hard hat can only have one designation for impact properties. Read the full blog to learn more about the different types.
Video: How to Install MSA’s Cable Temporary Horizontal Lifeline
MSA’s new Cable Temporary Horizontal Lifeline (THLL) helps make installation up to 75% faster than traditional cable systems, with its completely toolless design.