An Eye on Eyewash

An Eye on Eyewash

Unfortunately, in the hierarchy of safety equipment, eyewash stations and emergency showers are not always given their due. Sometimes we forget them or we assume they are compliant, but five years go by, and the equipment is gathering dust. However, it takes mere seconds to damage an eye. Are your employees protected for unlikely events that may injure their eyes?

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Software Solutions for the Management of Health and Safety

Software Solutions for the Management of Health and Safety

Simplicity – Efficiency – Costs

Is it possible to obtain all three target criteria during the acquisition of software solutions supporting health and safety management? Even if many people already experienced nightmare scenarios that were equally costly when choosing and implementing a software, it is not necessary to repeat the same mistakes. How to avoid repeating the same mistakes and achieve those three criteria of simplicity, efficiency and costs?

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Common Noise Level Chart

Common Noise Level Chart

Many workers are exposed to dangerously high noise levels at work. This is a frequent occupational injury and a current occupational hazard. Hearing protection is required for workers being exposed to noise on a daily basis when the noise level reaches 85 dB or more.

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