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Category Archives: New Technologies

Total Safety Launches SafeTek™ Technology Solutions To Help Keep Workers Safe Worldwide

March 22, 2021

Total Safety announced today the global launch of their new SafeTek™ worker safety technology solutions that will improve the protection of  workers worldwide. SafeTek™ is a continuation of Total Safety’s commitment to delivering industry leading worker safety solutions that incorporate new and emerging connected, data-enabled technologies, equipment, and services. Ensuring The Safe Wellbeing of Workers
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Protecting Lone Workers

September 2, 2020

Lone workers face additional safety hazards as, in addition to the risks present for all workers on a job site, they cannot call out for help to a fellow worker in the event of an emergency.

What the new lockout/tagout revision could mean for workplaces

February 8, 2017

OSHA recently proposed a revision to its lockout/tagout standard that has employers worried.

OSHA holds first noise safety challenge

November 30, 2016

The U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration held its first-ever noise safety challenge in an effort to provide loud noise protection solutions.

How to increase lone worker safety

February 8, 2016

Lone workers face additional safety hazards as, in addition to the risks present for all workers on a job site, they cannot call out for help to a fellow worker in the event of an emergency.

NIOSH study emphasizes importance of respirator fit testing

January 20, 2016

A new study from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has found the percentage of improperly fitted respirators increases with the length of time in between fittings.

Evacuation procedures and respirator use crucial to fire safety

January 11, 2016

Failing to train employees on fire safety and respirator use can result in OSHA citations, injuries and even fatalities. 

Developments in gas detection technology enhance worker safety

December 16, 2015

Gas detection methods have evolved in order to meet increasingly strict standards for worker safety.

OSHA citations underscore importance of respirator safety

December 11, 2015

An estimated 5 million U.S. workers wear respirators for protection against hazards, but OSHA is finding frequent safety violations related to poor respiratory safety. 

EPA cracks down on vapor emissions controls

December 4, 2015

The EPA has issued several new regulations for hydrocarbon production and storage facilities in recent years, leading to advances in emissions technologies.