In his keynote address “How to Make Your Efforts Count: Feeling Good v. Doing Good” at Safety 2015 in Dallas, author Bjorn Lomborg argued that the trick to creating effective and measurable change is in solving the right problems. By that, he means tackling the larger root problems instead of finding immediate fixes....More
EHS Today's February 2017 spotlight is hearing protection. See the latest products from companies including Honeywell, MSA Safety, EAR Inc., Ericson, HEMCO, Dickies, Industrial Scientific, SafeVision, INO Technologies, New Pig, Brady Corp. and Larson Electronics.
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Each year, the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College and DietDetective.com share the exercise equivalents needed to burn off those tasty Super Bowl snacks. Here are those equivalents and some "fit tips" to cut calories.
Workers are exposed to a number of hazards when their eyewear fogs.
A new white paper released by Honeywell examines and addresses the factors that cause lens fogging as well as tips to select the best eyewear with anti-fog properties.
"Fogging is the number one problem faced by safety eyewear users," the white paper states. "....Fogging on untreated lenses is nearly impossible to avoid no matter where work is conducted, and it might seem like no big deal."
Each month, EHS Today's print edition features a variety of personal protective equipment, literature, software and services geared to improve your workplace. January 2017's product spotlight was hand safety.
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