MSA Safety Incorporated (NYSE: MSA), the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products that protect people and facility infrastructures, today announced it has established a Joint Development Agreement with Perspective Robotics AG of Zurich, Switzerland. Established in 2014, Perspective Robotics AG develops advanced situational awareness tools that utilize tethered drone technology for first responder applications under the brand name Fotokite.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Demolition Association recently signed a two-year alliance agreement to protect the safety and health of workers in demolition and related industries.
Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) and Premier Inc. (NASDAQ: PINC), a leading technology-driven healthcare improvement company, today announced a new commercial relationship dedicated to expanding the domestic production of nitrile exam gloves.
Tillman believes a great pair of sturdy gloves belongs in every toolbox. The 1428 is that glove, whether tasks are material handling, chain binders, dunnage, straps, shipping, loading, construction or welding.
MRI Software, a global leader in real estate solutions, announces the launch of MRI Workplace Central, a comprehensive solution that empowers businesses to manage the return of their workforce to the office and other workspaces.
Ansell, a world leader in personal protective equipment, today announced the opening of its first plant in Russia. The production was opened by Vyacheslav Romanov, Minister of Industry and Trade of Tula Oblast, Anna Barabanova, Head of Industrial Business Development for Russia and CIS countries and Dmitry Yusov, Head of Ansell Manufacturing Russia.
Sonim Technologies (Nasdaq: SONM) today announced that its XP8 ultra-rugged Android handset is approved for FirstNet® Push-to-Talk (PTT), the nationwide mission-critical standards-based push-to-talk solution.
Nearly one in 10 people endure noise levels at work loud enough to cause hearing loss while seven in 10 experience moderately loud noise levels, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Yet, the bureau's Occupational Requirements Survey, published in 2019, found that more than half of the nation's manufacturing workers reported not using personal protective equipment to protect their hearing.