The Howard Leight VeriPRO system measures real-world attenuation of unmodified earplugs and can be used as a means to improve individual employee training and enhance the overall effectiveness of hearing conservation programs. The technology enables safety managers to ensure employees are getting the most out of their hearing protection devices.
The SoundEar Pro continuous noise monitoring system has been revised to include wireless connectivity to enable up to 10 wireless sound level meters to communicate in real time with the host software running on a PC or laptop computer. The system can become an educational tool to enhance a company’s hearing conservation program.
The Bowen 250 and 300 mm waterproof mining boots feature the Comfortcushion PU/Poron Impact Absorption System to reduce leg and lower back fatigue. The boots are lined with a padded collar and tongue with the Sympatex waterproof liner and membrane.
Adelaide galvanised steel firm Korvest has pleaded guilty and been fined $73,000 over two incidents in 2006 when six employees suffered burns from molten metal.
Energy supplier Ergon Energy has been asked to recall 14,000 possibly contaminated uniforms, after some workers suffered rashes and itching and others were caused to vomit by fumes the clothing emitted when ironed.
Australian Supreme Import has expanded its range of polarised safety glasses with the addition of the 647 Legend and 364 Titan varieties.
The Mini and Midi COAX silencers have been developed so that users can enjoy a lower sound level when using the COAX cartridges for direct integration or when using them on the vacuum gripper systems or the pump unit PMAT/Vactrap platforms.
The PPE Activity Stations are dispensers suitable for use in various workplaces and are designed to dispense several items including earplugs, dust masks, hair nets, beard nets, gloves, hard hats, respirator cartridges, safety glasses, disposable gloves and foot covers from the one place.