Utilities

Meeting OSHA Requirements for Working at Heights While Maintaining Worker Comfort: One Transmission Company’s Solution

Read this blog article to learn more about how a major North American transmission company partnered with MSA Safety to find a solution to meet OSHA standards while maintaining worker comfort and ease of use.

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Why Facepiece and Cylinder Compatibility Matters for SCBA

SCBA that allow for the use of the same cylinder across multiple platforms throughout your fleet, can be integrated with other NFPA products, and a facepiece that allows for APR use is key to ensuring your respiratory protection program is comprehensive. Read this article to learn more about facepiece and cylinder compatibility.

Why the ANSI 87.1 Standard Matters When Choosing Proper Eye and Face Protection as Hard Hat Accessories

This blog article covers tips for choosing hard hat accessories for eye and face protection that follow ANSI Z87.1-2020 Standards for design and testing.

Which Full-Body Harness Features Keep You Coolest?

While environmental and occupational conditions are contributing factors to heat stress, full-body safety harnesses can also be uncomfortably hot. Read this blog article for more about heat stress and what features to look for in a full-body harness to help keep you cool.

Complete Head Protection Solutions – EHS Today eBook

Check out the EHS Today Complete Head Protection Solutions eBook guide, sponsored by MSA – The Safety Company, for tips on how to choose the right headgear for the right application.

Signs You May Need a New Hard Hat

Do you know the signs of needing a new hard hat? Read this article to learn the signs that your hard hat is reaching its “expiration date”.

Mutual Assistance: Safety on the Road

For the electric power industry, a well-designed emergency response and restoration process when dealing with natural disasters is key. Learn more about the mutual assistance program and how it can help you on the job.

NFPA 70E: Does Normal Operation Mean PPE-Free?

Just because the task at hand is simple doesn’t mean you can go without your PPE. Read more to learn what “normal operation” means according to NFPA 70E.

Five Can’t-Miss Utilities-Related Vertical Hazards Rule Updates

Five things you’ll want to know about the revisions to OSHA’s Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.

Working at Heights: How to Choose the Right Headgear

When working at heights, a climbing helmet might be the best choice for your head protection. Learn more about picking headgear that is suitable for you and your work.