ISEA is the leading association for personal protective equipment and technologies that enable people to work in hazardous environments, and an ANSI accredited standards developing organization. The association works closely with manufacturers, test labs, subject matter experts, end-users and government agencies in the standards development process. ISEA members—leaders in safety equipment manufacturing, testing and application—are united in the goal of protecting workers worldwide.

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ISEA Leads Industry Action on Preventing Workplace Fatalities from Dropped Objects

Groundbreaking new national standard guides employers on how to prevent workers from being struck by falling objects.

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ISEA Leads Industry Action on Preventing Workplace Fatalities from Dropped Objects

Groundbreaking new national standard guides employers on how to prevent workers from being struck by falling objects The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have developed a first-in-the-industry standard aimed at helping employers reduce the risk of dropped objects incidents in industrial and occupational settings. ANSI/ISEA 121-2018, American National Standard … Read More

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OSHA and the International Safety Equipment Association Form Alliance to Protect Workers’ Safety and Health

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the  International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) signed an alliance on June 21, 2018, to provide members, employers, and employees with information on how to properly select, use, maintain, and store personal protective and safety equipment. Read more here.   OSHA Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor Loren … Read More

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ISEA 138: Raising the Standard for Hand Impact Protection

By Rodney Taylor, D3O (original article on OHS online)   The standard is specifically designed for industrial gloves and the special protection they offer to workers. The bones and soft tissues in the back of the hand are all vulnerable to impact injuries, varying from bumps and bruises to severe bone fractures. Many people mistakenly believe … Read More

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