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Tackling Hearing Protection in the Workplace  Despite the risk of irreversible damage to health, one-third of noise-exposed workers report not wearing hearing protection. By Tim Turney Dec 01, 2021 Noise-induced hearing loss is the most prevalent occupational disease in the world. In the U.S., 22 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise each year, placing them at risk
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Photo: depositphotos.com While most people build their tool collections over time by acquiring tools to complete particular projects, such a pace won’t meet the demands of a true tool enthusiast nor does it keep one from running to the store to refresh their stock of wood glue, fasteners, and personal protective equipment (PPE). Fortunately, there
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They still expressed passion for their job, and hope for the future, despite a 21-month-long rollercoaster of fear, frustration and exhaustion. HARTFORD, Conn — Just like the effects of long-haul COVID-19, trauma can linger. For the state’s doctors and nurses, the worst of the pandemic is over, but it hasn’t necessarily left them. FOX61 spoke
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Hydrogen water bottles are very popular products in Japan, USA and now gaining popularity all around world. Major TV stations in Japan are also promoting the health benefits of hydrogen water. Many celebrities in Japan are also drinking hydrogen water, which is also called hydrogen-rich water in China. Although it is colorless and tasteless, it
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Safety Considerations for Destructive and Nondestructive Testing By Devin Partida Nov 18, 2021 It’s commonly known that products need to be tested before they’re available for use. Across all industries, different mechanical components and materials need to undergo rigorous testing to ensure they won’t fail when being used. If they do, further developments need to
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Protective coveralls undergo rigorous testing. Blackwoods’ team of technical solutions experts assist the company’s industry partners to build customised safety solutions for the mining and resources sector. Personal protection equipment (PPE) is the frontline defence when it comes to keeping a worker safe from the dangers of chemicals. With most industries often using a range
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1 INTRODUCTION In March 2020, an estimated 1.5 million people most vulnerable to COVID-19 were instructed to shield in England. A further 17.7 million adults aged ≥70 years were instructed to stay at home as much as possible, as they were considered to be at increased risk of infection (UK Cabinet Office, 2020). Many of these individuals
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The Wood Tech Group, Brisbane-based national supplier of woodworking and stone processing equipment, has acquired Rogers Industries, a specialist plastics and aluminum manufacturer for over $12.5m. The acquisition includes the land, factory, plant and equipment. Founded in 1953 as a small engineering workshop, today, Rogers Industries, based in Hemmant, Queensland, is an industry leader in
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE Dr. Raymund W. Lo Recently, the IATF announced it was looking into lifting the face shield requirement in outdoor spaces. Face shields were allowed to be removed in cinemas. Well and good, but is it really necessary to wear face shields in public at all?Let’s examine the issue in greater detail. The
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At some point during this year I am almost certain that many of the 7,426 students in Marion County Schools will think or say to their teacher or guardian precisely what my 11 year-old daughter said to me earlier this week, “why are you lecturing me!” Later that night — and after I cleared my
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By Scott Jenkins, Chemical Engineering magazine | November 1, 2021 Selecting personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety eyewear, for the chemical process industries (CPI) depends on the hazards present in the facility where it is used. The following describes considerations for selecting eye and face protection based on the potential to injure the eyes or
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In a surveillance monitoring context, video metadata refers to the structured details that the user can extract from given video footage. It is data that provides information about other data – a “data about data” in short. Human-based video metadata, as its name suggests, are data derived from human targets in the monitored scene. It
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Illustration by Janani Murugesan Below are recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Center for Career Success.  Students are invited to read these ads and to contact the Center for Career Success to find out how to apply for the openings. More information about these positions can be accessed at WCC’s Center
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By Robert Avsec for FireRescue1 BrandFocus In San Francisco at the end of the 19th century (1898 to be exact), Edward Dickinson Bullard started a company that supplied essential equipment to gold and copper miners in the region. The UST-LW helmet from Bullard is lightweight, protective and easy to clean and decontaminate. (TheFireStore) When his
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DBMR has added a new report titled Medical Protective Goggles Market  with analysis provides the insights which bring marketplace clearly into the focus and thus help organizations make better decisions.  Research report uses Porter’s Five Forces model to understand an industry by analyzing five different criteria and how high the power, threat, or rivalry in
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Can an augmented reality solution the improve productivity and safety in construction? It’s been a while since we’ve written about RealWear, a provider of assisted reality solutions for frontline industrial workers, but, since then, the company has continued to evolve its HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 head-mounted wearables, creating new solutions and strong partnerships along the way. In
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This article originally appeared on the Fluke website and is used with permission. The company has posted online courses and other resources at www.fluke.com/en-us/learn. Anyone who makes their living by working with electricity quickly develops a healthy respect for anything with even a remote chance of being “live.” Yet the pressures of the getting a
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