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  1. New Updated ergoGLOVE Now Offers Expanded Force Measurement And Data Collection Capability For Ergonomic, Engineering, Research, And Product Testing Applications

    ergoPAK ergoGLOVE by Hoggan Scientific, LLC, is the essential tool kit for ergonomists, engineers and research professionals to measure, evaluate and verify human and product performance and the workplace. Hoggan Scientific is excited to announce its new updated ergoGLOVE (FSR) Force Sensing Resistor System with expanded testing capability to measure, collect and analyze force under real job conditions.

  2. UL Launches Machine Risk Assessment Services To Mitigate Risk And Provide Safer Industrial Workplaces

    UL announces the launch of Machine Risk Assessment services designed to help factory owners, asset owners, and employers mitigate risk within the industrial workplace and provide a safer work environment.

  3. ESFI Offers Workplace Safety Training To Reduce Electrical Injuries

    More than 21,000 workers in the U.S. have been injured and 1,500 have died in workplace electrical accidents since 2008 according to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), a non-profit educational and training organization. In response to this grim problem, the Foundation has released updated safety training materials.

  4. Pure Safety Group Introduces Checkmate TR3 Tripod

    Pure Safety Group (PSG), the largest company dedicated solely to to fall protection, has introduced the Checkmate TR3 Tripod, used as Personal Protective Equipment to access workers and provide fall protection in confined space environments.

  5. Vuzix Collaborates With Eaton To Develop Smart Glasses For Harsh And Hazardous Environments

    Vuzix® Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI), ("Vuzix" or, the "Company"), a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, announced it has entered into an Joint Development Agreement ("Agreement") with power management company Eaton to develop an ATEX intrinsically safe smart glasses solution. Vuzix is partnering with Eaton for this joint product development because of Eaton's innovation and expertise in intrinsically safe certifications and solutions for harsh and hazardous areas through its Crouse-Hinds series solutions

  6. Qualcomm XR Technology In RealWear To Support UROS In Kazakhstan’s Digitization Goals

    Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, RealWear and UROS, together announced a digitization project set to begin in Kazakhstan later this year. This project has the mission of supporting deployment of Smart Cities and accelerating XR global adoption to advance the development pace of Kazakhstan’s economy by improving the productivity, safety and quality of life for its citizens.

  7. Ergodyne’s New Lightweight Phase Change Vest Delivers Big Cooling Power

    Ergodyne is changing the game when it comes to keeping workers cool in the heat with the launch of their new Lightweight Phase Change Cooling Vest. Designed to be 30-60% lighter weight than other cooling vests on the market, this vest maintains temperature of 59 degrees F (15C) for up to two hours when activated.

  8. Tarmac Becomes One Of The First UK Major Construction Companies To Offer Maternity High-Visibility PPE

    Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business, has become one of the first major UK construction companies to provide expectant mothers with specialist high visibility maternity protective clothing when required

  9. TEC Announces Alliance With Ultimate Tool And Safety

    Texas Electric Cooperatives (TEC) leadership has announced an alliance with Ultimate Tool and Safety, a Fort Worth-based safety equipment and tool resource for linemen, construction workers, telecommunication workers, arborists, tower workers, and ironworkers.

  10. The Future Of Firefighting Is About To Change With LUNAR

    Given the unpredictable and hazardous nature of firefighting, where seconds could mean the difference between life and death, there's nothing more important for firefighters than being connected as a team